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NOTE 

The Roll of Service includes 972 names; 130 form the Roll of 
Honour; 733 were Commissioned Officers; 165 had been members of 
"The Battery," the University Company of Artillery Volunteers, 
1st Fife R.G. A., prior to 1908 ; 412 had been trained in the University 
Contingent of the Officers Training Corps, mainly through the un- 
wearied devotion and high efficiency of Captain Robert Alexander 
Robertson, its Commandant from 1912 to 1920. 

Among the Honours gained are 1 K.B.E., 2 C.I.E., 1 C.B.E., 
1 D.S.O. with two Bars, 1 D.S.O. with one Bar, 22 D.S.O., 12 O.B.E., 
5 M.B.E., 5 M.C. with Bar, 98 M.C., 1 D.C.M., 1 M.M., 173 Mentions 
in Despatches, 26 Foreign Orders or Decorations. 

The paragraphs describing the Deeds for which the Honours were 
awarded are official. 

* indicates a member of the University O.T.C. 

f indicates a member of the University " Battery." 

S. indicates a member of the University Staff. 

yjg indicates one who is by profession a member of the Navy or 
the Army. 

The date at a name is that of first matriculation or of taking the 
degree which precedes it. 



1Roll of Ibonour 



* William Richard Norton Annesley (S.), D.S.O. 

(Egypt, 1886), Major (Ret.), The Queen's Own (Royal 
West Kent Regiment). Ex-O/C. The University of 
St. Andrews Contingent Officers Training Corps. 
Lecturer on Military Subjects, University of St. 
Andrews, 1905-13. Born 12th June 1863. Died of 
illness caused by Military Service, 29th November 
1914. 

* Alexander Neill Bain, M.A. 1914. Lieutenant, 10th 

(Service) Battalion, The Gordon Highlanders. Born 
10th November 1892. Killed in action at Vermelles, 
20th May 1916. 

The Rev. Robert Stephen Barclay, Student in 
Arts, 1892. Minister of St. Mark's Chapel, Perth. 
Second Lieutenant, 3rd Battalion, The Royal Scots 
(Lothian Regiment). Born 20th October 1868. 
Killed in action near Arras, 22nd March 1918. 

* John Baxter Beveridge, Student in Arts, Martinmas 

1912 to Martinmas 1914. Second Lieutenant, 14th 
(Service) Battalion, The Highland Light Infantry. 
Born 18th March 1893. Killed in action near Loos, 
22nd October 1916. 



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Thomas Anderson Blackwood, Student in Engineering, 
1909. Engineer Sub - Lieutenant, Royal Naval 
Reserve, H.M.S. Fauvette. Born 2nd October 1890. 
Lost with ship, mined off East Coast, 9th March 1916. 

* William Scott Boyle, Student in Arts, Martinmas 

1912 to Martinmas 1914. Second Lieutenant, 11th 
(Service) Battalion, The Cameronians (Scottish Rifles). 
Born 28th January 1895. Killed in action in Salonika, 
5th January 1917. 

* Daniel Aloysius Bracelin, Student in Science, Martin- 

mas 1914 to Candlemas 1916. Second Lieutenant, 
3rd (Reserve), attached 7th (Fife) Battalion, The 
Black Watch (Royal Highlanders). Born 8th 
November 1896. Killed in action on 20th July 1918 
at Bois de Courton, near Rheims. Mentioned in Sir 
D. Haig's Despatches, 28th December 1918. 

George Selby Brock, Student in Arts, 1905, M.B., 
Ch.B. Edin. Captain, Indian Medical Service. Born 
7th July 1886. Served in Flanders with First Indian 
Contingent, and earned the 1914 Star. Adjutant, 
School of Instruction for Temporary I.M.S. Officers 
at Rawal Pindi. Died there, 7th October 1918. 

f James Brockie. (S.) Instructor to the University of 
St. Andrews Battery, No. 7, 1st Fifeshire Volunteers, 
R.G.A. Enlisted Trumpeter, Royal Artillery, May 
1867. Sergeant, 1878. Promoted Battery Sergeant- 
Major after Tel-el-Kebir. University Battery, 1884- 
1905. Re-enlisted, October 1914. Commissioned, 
July 1915. Captain (Act. Adjutant), 3/lst Low- 
land R.F.A. Born 22nd June 1852. Died 25th 
October 1918, from exhaustion caused by Military 
Service. 



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WILLIAM RICHARD NORTON 
ANNESLEY. 



ALEXANDER NEILL BAIN. 



The Rev. ROBERT STEPHEN 
BARCLAY. 






JOHN BAXTER BEVERIDGE. THOMAS ANDERSON BLACKWOOD. WILLIAM SCOTT BOYLE. 






DANIEL ALOYSIUS BRACELIN, 



GEORGE SELBY BROCK, 



JAMES BROCKIE. 




CYRIL THOMSON BROOM. j;„, 




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WILLIAM RAMSAY CORSON 
CALLANDER. 





DAVID BUCHAN. 




JAMES STEWART CHALMERS. 




ALEXANDER BROUGH. 




The Rev. JOHN CARGILL. 




HENRY DAVID COOK CRAIG, 



JOHN CRIGHTOX. 



* Cyril Thomson Broom, Student in Arts, Martinmas 

1912 to Martinmas 1914. Second Lieutenant, 10th 
(Service) Battalion, The Highland Light Infantry. 
Born 21st February 1895. Reported " missing," later 
presumed killed near Festubert, 12th July 1915. 

* Alexander Brough, Student in Arts and Science, 

1911-15. Second Lieutenant, 12th (Service) Battalion, 
The Cameronians (Scottish Rifles). Born 1st January 
1893. Killed in action at Suvla, the Dardanelles, 
17th November 1915. 

* David Buchan, M.A. 1913. Lieutenant, 11th (Service) 

Battalion, The Gordon Highlanders. Born 28th Sep- 
tember 1886. Killed in action, between Arras and 
Cambrai, 9th April 1917, in the Battle of Arras. 

f William Ramsay Corson Callander, M.A. 1910. 
Divisional Officer of Tirupatur, Indian Civil Service. 
Second Lieutenant, Indian Army Reserve of Officers. 
Born 7th October 1889. Died at Madras of enteric 
fever, contracted while on Recruiting Service, 7th 
February 1918. 

The Rev. John Cargill, M.A. 1897. Assistant 
Minister at Scoonie Parish. Enlisted April 1915, 1st 
Battalion, The Black Watch (Royal Highlanders). 
Commissioned Second Lieutenant, January 1916, 7th 
Battalion. Born 17th October 1875. Died of wounds 
received in action near Arras, while Acting Captain of 
" C " Company, 24th April 1917, in the Battle of Arras. 

* James Stewart Chalmers, M.A. 1912. Second Lieu- 

tenant, 12th (Service) Battalion, Princess Louise's 
(Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders). Attached 1st 
Battalion, The Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders. 
Born 23rd July 1891. Died in Glasgow, 7th October 
1916, from wounds received on the Somme. 



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|*Henry David Cook Craig, M. A. 1911, M.C. Soudan 
Civil Service, Education Department, Khartoum. 
Captain, 3rd Battalion, Special Reserve, The High- 
land Light Infantry. Brigade Major, 107th Infantry 
Brigade, in the great offensive, August 1918. 
D.A.Q.M.G. Expeditionary Force, Russia (Baltic). 
Born 25th October 1888. Died of typhus at Reval, 
13th February 1920. 

Special Order of the Day for Notification to all Ranks 

The G. O.C. Britisli Military Mission has with much regret to announce 
the death of Major H. D. C. Craig, M.C, H.L.I., from typhus contracted 
in the performance of his duties. 

Major Craig, with a tireless devotion to duty, and with complete dis- 
regard of personal safety, has done splendid work in helping to ameliorate 
the conditions of the officers and men of the N.-W. Army at Narva. 

In carrying out this work he was thoroughly aware of the dangers he 
ran, which finally resulted in the loss of his life. His self-sacrifice is worthy 
of the best and highest traditions of the British Officer, and will help in no 
small degree in maintaining the prestige of our race in the Baltic Provinces. 

By his death the British Mission loses a very gallant and a very valuable 
Officer. T. V. Delahaye, Major, General Staff. 

Awarded the Military Cross, January 1919, for personal gallantry and 
good work during the operations carried out by the 2nd Army between 28th 
September 1918 and 10th October 1918. On the morning of the 1st 
October 1918 an attack was delivered by the Brigade on the south slope 
of Hill 41, Vifwegen. Owing to mist and the strong opposition of the 
enemy, by which the Commanding Officer of the attacking battalion was 
killed, the situation was obscure. Captain Craig carried out extensive 
reconnaissances of the front under heavy machine-gun fire, and by the 
intelligence which he obtained it was possible to reorganise the front and to 
make dispositions to deal with a serious situation on the right flank. 
The work of this Officer has at all times been thorough and his energy 
indefatigable. 

Decorated by General Yudenich with the Order of St. Stanislas, Second 
Class, with Swords. 

Mentioned in Sir R. C. B. Haking's Despatches of 3rd February 1920. 



* John Crighton, Student in Engineering, 1913-14. 
Lieutenant, 9th (Service) Battalion, The Black Watch 
(Royal Highlanders). Born 28th February 1892. 
Killed in action near Loos, 25th September 1915, in 
the Battle of Loos. 






ROBERT COCKS CUNNINGHAM. The Rev. JOHN DALL. 



RONALD RIACII DAVIDSON. 






JOHN DAWSON. 



JAMES DONALDSON. 



ALASTAIR DOW 






JAMES ROBERTSON DOW. 



WILLIAM DOW. 



WILLIAM GARDINER DUNCAN. 




DAVID EASSOX. 




JAMES FARQUHARSON. 





JAMES RANKIN FALCONER. 





JAMES ELDER. 




DOUGLAS ANNAND FENTON. 



CHARLES ALEXANDER FLEMING. 




BEAUMONT FLETCHER. 



DAVID JAMES FORRET. 



ROLL OF HONOUR 



Robert Cocks Cunningham, Student in Law, 1908, 
M.C. Chartered Accountant, London. Captain, 
4th (City of Dundee) Battalion, The Black Watch 
(Royal Highlanders). Born 19th November 1884. 
Reported "missing," now presumed killed in action, 
near Beaucourt-Hamel in the valley of the Ancre 
river, on 3rd September 1916. 

Awarded the Military Cross on 3rd June 1916 for very gallant work in 
carrying in a wounded officer for a considerable distance under very heavy 
fire at Mauquissart on 25th September 1915, and afterwards as only officer 
left with the battalion showing considerable ability in rallying the men. 

The Rev. John Dall, M.A. 1901, B.D., Professor 
of Church History, Queen's University, Kingston, 
Ontario. Captain, 1st Battalion, The Highland 
Light Infantry. Staff Captain (Acting Brigade 
Major), The Abbottabad Brigade, Northern Command, 
East Indies. Born 29th September 1881. Died 
at Secunderabad, Deccan, India, 12th October 1918. 

* Ronald Riach Davidson, Student in Arts, Martinmas 

1913 to Martinmas 1914. Captain, 12th (Service), 
attached 2nd, Battalion, The Royal Scots (Lothian 
Regiment). Born 24th December 1895. Killed in 
action at St. Eloi, near Ypres, 27th March 1916. 

* John Dawson, M.A. 1912, B.Phil. Second Lieutenant, 

11th (Service) Battalion, The Gordon Highlanders. 
Born 18th August 1892. Killed in action at Hooge, 
near Ypres, 25th September 1915. 

f James Donaldson, M.A. 1899, M.B., Ch.B. Captain, 
Royal Army Medical Corps. Born 31st July 1878. 
Died at the Military Hospital at Ras-el-Tin, Egypt, 
5th December 1918. 



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* Alastair Dow, Student in Medicine, 1911-12. Lieu- 
tenant, 2/4th (Territorial) Battalion, The Queen's 
Own Cameron Highlanders. Born 22nd June 1892. 
Died 23rd February 1917 from illness contracted on 
Service. 



James Robertson Dow, M.A. 1903, B.Sc. Science 
and Mathematics Master, Johnstone H.G. School. 
Enlisted Royal Field Artillery. Transferred to The 
Tyneside Scottish Battalion, The Northumberland 
Fusiliers, then to 2nd Battalion, The Prince of 
Wales's Own (West Yorkshire Regiment). After 
service in France, commissioned Second Lieutenant, 
8th (Service) Battalion, The Prince of Wales's Volun- 
teers (South Lancashire Regiment). Born 10th 
March 1882. Killed in action at Ploegsteert, N. of 
Armentieres, 11th April 1918. 



William Dow, M.A. 1912, Journalist, with a view to 
an Academic post. Second Lieutenant, 9th (Service) 
Battalion, The Black Watch (Royal Highlanders). 
Born 7th September 1890. Died of wounds at 
Albert, 2nd February 1917. 

William Gardiner Duncan, M.A. 1907. Classical 
Master, Morgan Academy. Private, 23rd (Service) 
Battalion, 2nd Sportsman's, The Royal Fusiliers (City 
of London Regiment). Transferred to Royal Air 
Force. Second Lieutenant, R.A.F. (Observer). Born 
21st May 1885. Shot down along with his Pilot 
flying within enemy lines, near Montdidier, 24th June 
1918. 






JAMES LAWRENCE FOWLIE.V. JAJIES BURTON GIBSON. 



CHARLES GILLESPIE. 






WILLIAM ALEXANDER 
HENDERSON. 



ANDREW SMITH HOOD. 



CHARLES HOOD. 






WILLIAM HUNTER. 



WILLIAM JAMBS IRVINE, EDWARD FBRGTJS8QH JACKSON, 




EVANS CLEMENT STUART 
JOHNSTON. 




JOHN .JACK KEILLOR. 





JAMES M'CORMAC CALDWELL 
JOHNSTON. 




JOHN MURRAY STEWART 
KENNEDY. 




JAMES AVAR HEX JAKVIS. 




JOHN EDWIN KENNEDY. 




DAVID T AIT KINNEAR. 



JOHN WILLIAM KIMBER. 



ROLL OF HONOUR 



* David Easson, Student in Arts, 1914-15. Lieutenant 

(Acting Captain), 19th (County of London) Battalion, 
The London Regiment (St. Pancras). Born 25th 
October 1895. Reported "missing," later presumed 
killed at Welch Ridge, Ribecourt, 21st March 1918. 

* James Elder, Student in Arts, 1911 to Martinmas 1914. 

Captain, 13th (Service), attached 5/6th (Territorial) 

Battalion, The Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment). 

Born 9th January 1893. Killed in action near Ypres, 
29th December 1917. 

* James Rankin Falconer, Student in Arts, Martinmas 

1912 to Martinmas 1914. Second Lieutenant, 12th 
(Service) Battalion, The Highland Light Infantry. 
Born 2nd July 1893. Killed in action at the Hohen- 
zollern Redoubt, 25th September 1915, in the Battle 
of Loos. 

* James Farquharson, Student in Arts and Medicine, 

Martinmas 1912 to Martinmas 1914. Lieutenant, 
11th (Service) Battalion, Princess Louise's (Argyll 
and Sutherland Highlanders). Born 4th March 1894. 
Killed in action at Arras, 23rd April 1917, in the 
Battle of Arras. 

* Douglas Annand Fenton, M.A. 1912. Captain, 3rd, 

attached 2nd, Battalion, The Cameronians (Scottish 
Rifles). Born 9th October 1890. Killed in action, 
near Vermelles, 10th September 1916. 

f Charles Alexander Fleming, M.A. 1889. Indian 
Public Works Department. Executive Engineer, 
Punjab, retired. After doing voluntary War Work 
at home, he was in charge of Y.M.C.A. work with the 
troops in Egypt and Northern Syria. Born 4th May 
1869. Killed by bandits when on a journey from 
Aleppo to Baghdad, December 1919. 



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Beaumont Fletcher, Student in Arts, 1890 et seq. Art 
and Literary Critic and Parliamentary Correspondent. 
Lance-Corporal, 13th (Service) Battalion (3rd South 
Down), The Royal Sussex Regiment. Born 10th 
May 1874. Reported "missing," 25th March 1918, 
near Tincourt. 



* 



David James Forret, Student in Arts, Martinmas 1911 
to Martinmas 1914. Second Lieutenant, 9th (Service) 
Battalion, The King's Own Scottish Borderers. Born 
21st February 1894. Died of wounds at Gallipoli on 
28th December 1915. 

* James Lawrence Fowlie, Student in Medicine, 1913- 

1914. Lieutenant, 1st Battalion, The Highland Light 
Infantry. Born 12th February 1896. Killed in 
action at Arras, 24th April 1917, in the Battle of Arras. 

James Burton Gibson, M.A. 1911. Private, 6th 
Hauraki, New Zealand Expeditionary Force. Born 
24th June 1889. Died of wounds at Gallipoli, 5th 
September 1915. 

* Charles Gillespie, B.Sc. 1914. Second Lieutenant, 

4th (Special Reserve), attached 2nd, Battalion, The 
Highland Light Infantry. Born 17th December 
1892. Died of wounds at Chocques, near Bethune, in 
France, 20th September 1915. 

William Alexander Henderson, Student in Arts, 
1894-95. Captain, Princess Louise's (Argyll and 
Sutherland Highlanders). Born 20th December 1876. 
Killed in action at Ploegsteert, near Armentieres, 9th 
November 1914, in the First Battle of Ypres. 

Andrew Smith Hood, B.Sc. 1913. Lieutenant, Royal 
Engineers. Born 17th January 1890. Died at Irvine, 
24th July 1918, from illness due to Military Service 
at home and in France. 



ROLL OF HONOUR 



* Charles Hood, Student in Arts, Martinmas 1916 to 

Candlemas 1917. Corporal, Wiltshire Regiment, 
transferred to l/7th Battalion, Princess Louise's (Argyll 
and Sutherland Highlanders). Born 11th April 1898. 
Killed at Lieu St. Amand, 13th October 1918. 

* William Hunter, Student in Arts, 1913-15. Second 

Lieutenant, 10th (Service) Battalion, The Leicester- 
shire Regiment, attached 10th (Service) Battalion, 
The Cheshire Regiment. Born 16th August 1895. 
Killed in action while leading an attack, which proved 
successful, at Stuff Redoubt, Thiepval, 10th October 
1916. 

William James Irvine, won a Bursary 1916. Seaman, 
H.M.S. Vivid. Born 10th January 1898. Died of 
pneumonia, 6th January 1917. 

* Edward Fergusson Jackson, Student in Medicine, 

1912-14, M.C. Lieutenant, 7th (Service), attached 
1st, Battalion, Seaforth Highlanders (Ross-shire Buffs, 
The Duke of Albany's). Born 21st March 1895. 
Wounded at "Hill 60," Flanders, 1st December 1915. 
Took part in capture of Samarra and Tekrit, Meso- 
potamia. Wounded near Beit Lidd, near Samaria, 
Palestine, 20th September. Died 22nd September 
1918. 

Awarded the Military Cross for great gallantry, energy, and coolness at 
Beit Lidd on 20th September 1918. He led his company in the attack on 
a position strongly held by machine-guns. All the leading men of his 
company were killed or wounded, and the attack held up, but he, accom- 
panied by his orderly, went forward with a Lewis-gun, which he continued 
to fire with great coolness until severely wounded. His fine example of 
gallantry and devotion to duty was a source of inspiration to his men, 
and was largely responsible for the ultimate success of the attack. 

* James Warden Jarvis, M.A. 1913. Lieutenant, 7th 

(Service) Battalion, The King's Own Scottish 
Borderers. Born 7th October 1891. Killed in action 
near Loos, 25th September 1915, in the Battle of Loos. 



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* Evans Clement Stuart Johnston, Student in Medi- 

cine, Whitsunday 1915 to Candlemas 1916. Private, 
Fife and Forfar Yeomanry. Drafted to 11th (Service) 
Battalion, The Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment). 
Born 5th September 1896. Fell in action, 3rd May 
1917, at Gavrelle, near Arras, in the Battle of Arras. 

James M'Cormac Caldwell Johnston, M.B., Ch.B. 
1913. Lieutenant, Royal Army Medical Corps, 76th 
Field Ambulance, attached to 3rd Battalion, The 
Worcestershire Regiment. Born 1st August 1883. 
Killed at the Vimy Ridge, 27th May 1916. 

* John Jack Keillor, Student in Science, Martinmas 

1915 and Candlemas 1916. Pioneer, Special Battalion, 
Chemistry Section, Royal Engineers. Born 17th 
March 1897. Killed in action at Cuinchy, Cambrin, 
12th July 1917. 

John Edwin Kennedy, M.A. 1913. Lieutenant, 8th 
(Service) Battalion, Seaforth Highlanders (Ross-shire 
Buffs, The Duke of Albany's). Born 11th November 
1890. Killed in action at Loos, near Lens, 25th 
September 1915, in the Battle of Loos. 

* John Murray Stewart Kennedy, M.A. 1914. Lieu- 

tenant, 9th (Service) Battalion, Seaforth Highlanders 
(Ross-shire Buffs, The Duke of Albany's). Born 19th 
March 1891. Killed in action near Bethune, France, 
10th August 1915. 

John William Kimber, Instructor in Physical Culture, 
Fleming Gymnasium, University College, Dundee. 
(S.) Lieutenant, 4th (City of Dundee) Battalion, The 
Black Watch (Royal Highlanders). Born 21st 
December 1875. Killed at Givenchy, 11th May 1918. 






The Rev. JAMES KIRK. 



DAVID ALEXANDER KITTO. HERBERT^YILSON LEITHAM. 






ROBERT L5T0N. 



ROBERT WILLIAM LYELL. 



DAVID1AITKEN LUMSDEN 





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ANDREW BOWIE M'CRAE. ARCHIBALD RANKIN MACDONALD. KEITH DIX LEWIS MACFARLANE. 





JAMES MACKAY. 




THOMAS GRAHAM MACKENZIE. 





JOHN KINCAID MACKENZIE. 




JOSEPH M'LAREN. 




FREDERICK THOMAS 
MACKENZIE. 




JAMES BEATON M'KINNON. 




NEIL, MACYICAR, 



The Rev. MATTHEW MARSHALL, 



ROLL OF HONOUR 11 



* David Tait Kinnear, Student in Arts, 1909-10. Assist- 

ant Teacher, Cowdenbeath Public School. Corporal, 
15th (Service) Battalion, The Royal Scots (Lothian 
Regiment). Born 23rd June 1889. Killed in action 
near Bazentin-le- Petit in the Battle of the Somme, 
4th August 1916. 

The Rev. James Kirk, M.A. 1896, M.C., Minister of 
Dunbar Parish. Chaplain to the Forces, 4th Class. 
Born 4th May 1873. Died at Wimereux on 1st April 
1918 of wounds received at Athies, on the Scarpe. 

Awarded the Military Cross, 4th June 1917. 

The Rev. J. Kirk has been Chaplain in this Division (the 4th) for two 
years. He has shown at all times conspicuous devotion to duty, and a total 
disregard of personal safety in carrying out his work. 

Mentioned in Sir D. Haig's Despatches, 15th May 1916. 

* David Alexander Kitto, Student in Science, 1908-12. 

Teacher, Harthill Public School, Shotts. Sergeant, 
Royal Army Medical Corps. Born 26th September 
1886. Killed in action at Bourlon Wood, 30th 
November 1917, in the Battle of Cambrai. 

* Herbert Wilson Leitham, Student in Science, 1916- 

1917. Second Lieutenant, 5th (Angus and Dundee), 
attached 8th (Service), Battalion, The Black Watch 
(Royal Highlanders). Born 8th January 1899. Died 
17th October 1918 of wounds received at Winkel 
St. Eloi, Belgium. 

* David Aitken Lumsden, Student in Science, 1909-11. 

Captain, 4th Battalion, The King's (Liverpool Regi- 
ment). Born 29th December 1887. Killed in action 
at Ypres, 1st May 1915. 

Robert William Lyell, won a Bursary 1917. Private, 
5th (Buchan and Formartin) Battalion (Territorial), 
The Gordon Highlanders. Born 12th May 1899. 
Killed in action at Villemonteire, near Soissons, 1st 
August 1918. 



12 ST. ANDREWS UNIVERSITY 



James Harper Lyon, Student in Arts, 1885-87. Cap- 
tain in the Native Barotse Regiment. Born 1869. 
Died at Kasama, South Africa, 16th December 1916, 
of wounds received in German East Africa. 

Robert Lyon, Student in Arts, 1884, 1886-87. Lieu- 
tenant, l/8th, The Argyllshire Battalion (Territorial), 
Princess Louise's (Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders). 
Born 1867. Killed in action in France, 17th March 
1917. Brother of preceding. 

Served also in the South African Wars, in the Jameson Raid, and in 
German East Africa, 1914, and was awarded medals for service in Matabele- 
land, Zululand, and the Boer War. 

Andrew Bowie M'Crae, M.A. 1908, LL.B. Solicitor, 
Falkirk. Sergeant, 2nd Lovat's Scouts, Yeomanry. 
Born 15th December 1886. Died of wounds at 
Gallipoli, 17th November 1915. 

* Archibald Rankin Macdonald, Student in Arts, 

Martinmas 1914 to Candlemas 1916. Pioneer, Special 
Battalion, Chemistry Section, Royal Engineers. 
Born 20th July 1894. Died at St. Omer of spotted 
fever, 29th December 1916. 

* Keith Dix Lewis Macfarlane, Student in Science, 

Martinmas 1914. Lieutenant, 1st Battalion, The 
Cameronians (Scottish Rifles). Born 19th November 
1895. Killed in action near Heninel, south-east of 
Arras, 14th April 1917, in the Battle of Arras. 

* James Mackay, B.Sc. 1914. Lieutenant, 3rd (Special 

Reserve), attached 1st, Battalion, The Gordon High- 
landers. Born 10th July 1892. Killed in action near 
Ypres, 25th September 1915, in the Battle of Loos. 






FORBES MASTERTON. 



ANGUS HUGHES MEARNS. 



JAMES MECHIE. 






The Rev. ROBERT GORDON GEORGE CLARK MILLER. GEORGE EATON MILLER. 

MILLAR. 






JAMES CAIRNS MILNE. DAVID ALEXANDER MITCHELL. 



GEORGE MORRISON. 




LEONARD GRAEME MORRISON. 




FREDERICK JOHN MUNRO. 





JAMES MUDIE. 




JAMES REtl) NELSON. 




GORDON REID MORTON. 




ANTHONY STODDARD MURRAY. 




WILLIAM OH AM. 



JAMES LEY PATON. 



Frederick Thomas Mackenzie, M.A. 1911, B.A. (Oxon.). 
(S.) Assistant to the Professor of Greek, and Junior 
Assistant in the Classical Department, United College. 
Lieutenant, " C " Battery, 3rd Lowland Brigade, Royal 
Field Artillery. Born 13th February 1889. Reported 
"missing," later presumed killed in the retirement 
from St. Quentin on 23rd March 1918, near Beau- 
mont-en-Berne. 

* John Kincaid Mackenzie, M.A. 1915. Studying for 

the Ministry of the Episcopal Church in Scotland. 
Lance - Corporal, 2/6th (Perthshire) Battalion, The 
Black Watch (Royal Highlanders). Second Lieu- 
tenant, 8th (Service) Battalion, The Border Regiment. 
Born 23rd June 1891. Killed while on patrol duty, 
near Courville, 27th May 1918. Brother of preceding. 

* Thomas Graham Mackenzie, Student in Arts, Martin- 

mas 1914. Lieutenant, 13th (Service), attached 5/6th 
(Territorial), Battalion, The Royal Scots (Lothian 
Regiment). Born 22nd January 1896. Died of 
wounds near Coxyde, in Belgium, on 31st August 
1917. 

* James Beaton M'Kinnon, M.A. 1913, Student in 

Divinity, 1913-16. Second Lieutenant, 23rd (Service) 
Battalion (2nd Football), The Duke of Cambridge's 
Own (Middlesex Regiment). Born 13th February 
1892. Killed in action at the Messines Ridge, 7th 
June 1917. 

Joseph M'Laren, Student in Law, 1902-1903. Physical 
Director of Schools, Brandon, Manitoba. Major, 10th 
Battalion, Canadian Expeditionary Force. Born 18th 
July 1882. Killed in action at the Second Battle of 
Ypres, 23rd April 1915. 



14 ST. ANDREWS UNIVERSITY 



* Neil MacVicar, Student in Medicine, Martinmas 1913 

to Candlemas 1916. Second Lieutenant, 2nd, attached 
6th (Morayshire), Battalion, Seaforth Highlanders 
(Ross-shire Buffs, The Duke of Albany's). Born 9th 
October 1894. Killed in action near Arras, 4th May 
1917, in the Battle of Arras. 

* The Rev. Matthew Marshall, M.A. 1911. Assistant 

Minister, St. Giles's, Edinburgh. Second Lieutenant, 
6tli (Territorial) Battalion, The Royal Scots (Lothian 
Regiment). Born 6th June 1892. Killed near Par- 
villers-sur-Somme at the opening of the Battle of 
Amiens, 11th August 1918. 

Charles James Martin, Student in Engineering, 1905- 
1907. Sub-Lieutenant, Hood Battalion, Royal Naval 
Division, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve. Killed in 
action, Dardanelles, 7th June 1915. 

Forbes Masterton, Student in Arts, 1907-1910. 
Teacher, Dundee. Able Seaman, Drake Battalion, 
Clyde Division, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve. 
Transferred to 189th Company, Machine-Gun Corps. 
Born 21st January 1888. Wounded in the Darda- 
nelles. Killed in action in France, 24th April 1917. 

* Angus Hughes Mearns, Student in Medicine, Martin- 

mas 1913 to Martinmas 1914. Second Lieutenant, llth, 
Captain, 9th (Service), Battalion, The Black Watch 
(Royal Highlanders), attached to Royal Flying Corps. 
Born 13th December 1895. Reported "missing," 
later presumed killed at Bercelaire, near Ypres, 24th 
June 1917. 




GEORGE SCOTT PHILP. 




DAVID WYLIE RINTOUL. 




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1 




JAMES WATSON PRYDE. 




The Rev. JAMES AVHITTINGEHAME 
ROBERTSON. 




THEODORE PRAIN. 




DAVID ROBB. 




WILLIAM STEWART ROBERTSON. 



JOHNJU IDLER ROGER, 




WALTER NICOL RUSSELL. 




WILLIAM SCOTT. 





JOHN MILLAR SCOTT. 




CHARLES HUGH HOLE SLATER. 




TheI Rev. JAMES SCOTT. 




JOHN MITCHELL SINCLAIR. 




JOHN SMALL, 



ERNEST ANDERSON SMITH. 



ROLL OF HONOUR 15 



* James Mechie, B.Sc. 1912, Holder of the 1851 Exhibi- 

tion Research Scholarship, tenure extended. Sapper, 
Divisional Engineers, Royal Naval Division, Mediter- 
ranean Expeditionary Force. Born 16th May 1892. 
Died of enteric fever, 21st July 1915, on H.M. Hospital 
Ship Soudan, between the Dardanelles and Alexandria. 

f*THE Rev. Robert Gordon Millar, M.A. 1913. Parish 
Minister at Greyfriars, Dumfries. Second Lieutenant, 
4th, attached 11th (Service), Battalion, Princess 
Louise's (Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders). Born 
28th September 1883. Died 11th May 1917 of 
wounds received at Roeux, east of Arras, 23rd April 
1917, in the Battle of Arras. 

* George Clark Miller, Student in Science, 1910-14. 

Lieutenant (Acting Captain), 5th (Territorial) Bat- 
talion, The Royal Scots Fusiliers. Born 16th 
October 1890. Killed in action at Henin Hill, near 
Arras, 26th August 1918. 

* George Eaton Miller, Student in Science, 1907-11. 

Sergeant, l/5th (Angus and Dundee) Battalion, The 
Black Watch (Royal Highlanders). Interpreter. 
Born 22nd August 1889. Killed in action at Fromelles, 
in the Second Battle of Ypres, 9th May 1915. 

James Cairns Milne, Pharmaceutical Assistant to the 
Professor of Materia Medica. (S.) Corporal, Royal 
Army Medical Corps, in charge of Medical Stores and 
Dispensary, Military Hospital, Valetta. Born 21st 
September 1886. Killed accidentally by a live bomb 
at Sacile, Italy, 6th November 1918. 



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David Alexander Mitchell, Student in Science, 
1906. Private, The Duke of Wellington's (West 
Riding Regiment). Born 10th April 1888. Reported 
"missing," later presumed killed near Armentieres, 
10th April 1918. 

* George Morrison, Student in Arts, 1913-15. Second 

Lieutenant, 11th (Service) Battalion, The Cameronians 
(Scottish Rifles). Born 6th April 1896. Died of 
wounds, near Hulluch, in France, 23rd October 1915. 

* Leonard Graeme Morrison, Student in Medicine, 

Martinmas 1913 to Martinmas 1914. Lieutenant 
(acting Captain), 9th (Service) Battalion, The Black 
Watch (Royal Highlanders). Born 21st January 
1895. Killed in action near Arras, 23rd April 1917, 
in the Battle of Arras. 

* Gordon Reid Morton, Student in Arts, Martinmas 

1915 and Candlemas 1916, 31. C. Second Lieutenant, 
7th (Service) Battalion, The Queen's Own Cameron 
Highlanders. Born 25th March 1897. Killed in 
action at Arras, 9th April 1917, in the Battle of Arras. 

Awarded the Military Cross, 8th April 1917, for conspicuous gallantry 
and devotion to duty when in command of a raiding' party. He led his men 
in a most gallant manner and destroyed a hostile machine-gun. Later he 
carried a wounded man back to our lines. 

* James Mudie, Student in Arts, 1913-15. Second 

Lieutenant, 1st Battalion, The Royal Scots Fusiliers, 
attached 1st Battalion, The Royal Scots (Lothian 
Regiment). Born 8th April 1895. Killed in action 
in the Struma Valley, Macedonia, 1st October 1916. 

f Frederick John Munro, M.A. 1904. Journalist, India, 
Australia, and New Zealand. Second Lieutenant 
(Acting Lieutenant), 4th Siege Battery, Royal 
Garrison Artillery, Special Reserve. Born 16th 
January 1884. Killed in action north of Ypres, 10th 
August 1917. 



ROLL OF HONOUR 17 



f Anthony Stoddard Murray, M.A. 1902. Procurator 
and Notary Public, Glasgow. Second Lieutenant, 
8th (The Argyllshire) Battalion, Princess Louise's 
(Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders). Born 16th 
March 1880. Wounded and a prisoner, 22nd March 
1918, at Bellenglise, north of St. Quentin ; later 
believed died there on 22nd or 23rd March. 



* James Reid Nelson, Student in Medicine, 1912-15. 
Second Lieutenant, 7th (Fife) Battalion, The Black 
Watch (Royal Highlanders). Born 11th December 
1893. Killed in action near Arras, 23rd April 1917, 
in the Battle of Arras. 



* William Oram, Student in Engineering, 1916-17. 

Cadet, Second Lieutenant, Pilot, Royal Flying Corps, 
April 1918. Born 1st January 1899. Killed in action 
near Etaples, 8th July 1918. 

* James Ley Paton, M.A. 1912. Student in Medicine till 

Martinmas 1914. Second Lieutenant, 3rd (Special 
Reserve), attached 1st, Battalion, The Black Watch 
(Royal Highlanders). Born 7th December 1892. 
Killed in action near Hulluch, France, 13th October 
1915. 



f George Scott Philp, M.A. 1904. Teacher, Regent 
Road School, Edinburgh. Lance - Corporal, 4th 
(Queen's Edinburgh Rifles) Battalion, The Royal 
Scots (Lothian Regiment). Born 4th September 
1881. Killed in action at the Dardanelles, 19th 
August 1915. 



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f Theodore Prain, M. A. 1908. Lieutenant, 1st Battalion, 
The Leicestershire Regiment. Mentioned in Sir John 
French's Despatches, 17th February 1915. Born 6th 
November 1887. Killed in action at Rue de Bois, 
near Armentieres, 21st-22nd October 1914, in the 
First Battle of Ypres. 

* James Watson Pryde, M.A. 1913. Second Lieutenant, 

2/7th (Fife) Battalion, The Black Watch (Royal 
Highlanders). Captain, in command of " B " Com- 
pany, 3/1 st The King's African Rifles, Nyasaland. 
Born 14th March 1891. Killed in action, 5th May 
1918, at Nakati, Portuguese East Africa. 

Alexander Ramsay, M.A. 1911. Teacher, Dundee. 
Private, l/5th Battalion, The Royal Scots Fusiliers, 
in Gallipoli and Egypt. Second Lieutenant, 4th, 
attached 1st, Battalion, The Royal Scots Fusiliers. 
Born 6th December 1887. Reported "missing," 
later reported killed near Henin, Arras, 28th March 
1918. 

f* David Wylie Rintoul, M.B., Ch.B. 1912. Lieutenant, 
Royal Army Medical Corps. Born 23rd May 1889. 
Killed in action near St. Julien, 21st October 1914, 
in the First Battle of Ypres. 

* David Robb, Student in Arts, Martinmas 1915 and 

Candlemas 1916. Lance - Corporal, 7th (Service) 
Battalion, Seaforth Highlanders (Ross-shire Buffs, 
The Duke of Albany's). Born 28th December 1896. 
Killed in action at Le Sars, near Bapaume, 12th 
October 1916. 



ROLL OF HONOUR 19 



* The Rev. James Whittingehame Robertson, Student 
in Arts and in Divinity, 1906-13. Assistant Minister 
at Selkirk Parish. Private, 15th (Service) Battalion, 
Princess Louise's (Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders). 
Promoted Sergeant. Commissioned, January 1917. 
Second Lieutenant, 7th (Fife) Battalion, The Black 
Watch (Royal Highlanders). Born 11th June 1887. 
Killed in action at Fampoux, Arras, 23rd April 1917, 
in the Battle of Arras. 



* William Stewart Robertson, Student in Arts, 1910- 
1914, M.C. Lieutenant, 10th (Service), attached 
4th (City of Dundee), Battalion, The Black Watch 
(Royal Highlanders). Born 29th November 1892. 
Killed in action, 3rd September 1916, at the Schwaben 
Redoubt, near Hamel. Brother of preceding. 

Awarded the Military Cross, 22nd September 1916, for conspicuous 
gallantry during operations. When posting a standing patrol close to the 
enemy's line, a machine-gun wounded two of his party. After getting the 
wounded men into safety, he returned and brought in his telephone, which 
had been left behind, although he was being closely watched. He displayed 
great coolness and courage throughout. 



John Miller Roger, Student in Agriculture, 1913-14. 
Corporal, Fife and Forfar Yeomanry. Born 26th 
February 1895. Died in the trenches, Suvla Bay, 
29th November 1915. 



* Walter Nicol Russell, M.A. 1913, B.D. Second 
Lieutenant, 9th (Reserve) Battalion, The Royal Scots 
Fusiliers. Born 31st July 1891. Killed in action on 
the Somme, 26th August 1916. 



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f*THE Rev. James Scott, M.A. 1906, B.D., 31.C. Assist- 
ant Colonial Chaplain, Alexandria, Egypt. Assistant 
Parish Minister, Broughty Ferry. Lieutenant, Royal 
Field Artillery. Born 23rd March 1886. Died 
of wounds at Tel Asur, near Ramallah, Palestine, 
when the Turks tried to retake Jerusalem, 10th 
March 1918. 

Awarded the Military Cross, December 1917, for conspicuous gallantry 
and devotion to duty. When an officer was wounded in the front line 
observation post, Lieut. Scott immediately went forward through a very 
heavy barrago to take his place and direct the fire of the battery. His 
gallantry cannot be too highly praised, and his services were invaluable. 

* John Millar Scott, M.A. 1913. Second Lieutenant, 

1st Battalion, The Black Watch (Royal Highlanders). 
Born 2nd November 1893. Killed in action near 
Mametz Wood, 18th August 1916. 

* William Scott, M.A. 1913. Student in Medicine, 

1913-14. Private, 28th (Reserve) Canadian Infantry 
Battalion (British Columbia Regiment). Born 21st 
September 1892. Killed by a sniper at Kemmel 
Hill, 6th January 1916. 

* John Mitchell Sinclair, Student in Arts, 1912-13 to 

Candlemas 1915. Second Lieutenant, 13th (Service) 
Battalion, The Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) ; attached 
to 9th (Service) Battalion (West Belfast), The Royal 
Irish Rifles. Born 27th January 1895. Killed in 
action near Kosturina, the Balkans, Serbia, 7th 
December 1915. 

* Charles Hugh Hope Slater, M.A. 1915. Lieutenant, 

10th (Service) Battalion, The Cameronians (Scottish 
Rifles). Intelligence Officer of the 46th Infantry 
Brigade. Born 17th March 1894. Killed in action 
on 31st July 1917 near Ypres. 



ROLL OF HONOUR 21 



John Small, M.A. 1906, LL.R, Advocate. Lieutenant, 
9th (Service) Battalion, The Black Watch (Royal 
Highlanders). Born 10th November 1886. Killed in 
the trenches near the Hohenzollern Redoubt on 29th 
April 1916, during a German gas attack. 

Ernest Anderson Smith, Student in Arts, 1914-15. 
Private, 14th (Service) Battalion, Princess Louise's 
(Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders). Born 14th 
May 1896. Killed in action near Beaucamp, S.E. of 
Bapaume, 24th April 1917. 

John Alexander Hay Smith, Student in Arts, 1908-9, 
B.A. (Camb.). Second Lieutenant, 11th (Service) 
Battalion, The Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment). 
Born 17th November 1890. Killed in action at 
Festubert, 14th August 1915. 

* Thomas Smith, Student in Arts, Martinmas 1915 and 
Candlemas 1916. Second Lieutenant, 13th (Service) 
Battalion, The Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment). 
Born 7th November 1896. Reported " missing," 
later presumed killed on or about 16th May 1918 at 
Gavrelle, on the Arras Front. 



* Robert Macallan Stalker, Student in Arts, 1909-14. 
Lieutenant, 5th (Sutherland and Caithness) Battalion, 
Seaforth Highlanders (Ross-shire Buffs, The Duke of 
Albany's), attached to Royal Flying Corps. Born 
17th February 1891. Reported "missing," later pre- 
sumed killed, 8th September 1916, while flying 
between Ligny-Thilloy and Le Barque. 



John William Abbott Steggall, B.Sc. 1909, 
A.M.I. C.E. Engineer in S. America. Sapper, Royal 
Naval Division. Served in England, Egypt, and in 
the trenches at Gallipoli. Transferred, after special 
training at Greenwich, to H.M.S. Invincible as Naval 
Instructor, March 1916. Born 22nd August 1887. 
Lost with the ship at the Battle of Jutland, 31st May 
1916. 

Harvey Smith Steven, Student in Law, 1908-10. 
Solicitor, Dundee. Lieutenant, 2/4th (City of Dundee) 
Battalion, The Black Watch (Royal Highlanders). 
Born 24th July 1888. Killed in action at Givenchy, 
7th October 1915. 

Sidney Herbert Steven, Student in Law, 1909-10, 
M.C. Chartered Accountant, Dundee. Lieutenant, 
4th (City of Dundee) Battalion, The Black Watch 
(Royal Highlanders). Born 12th October 1889. 
Reported "missing" on 25th September 1915, and 
later believed to have been killed in action at the 
Battle of Loos. Brother of preceding. 

Awarded the Military Cross, 8th May 1915, for conspicuous gallantry 
on 10th March 1915 during the attack at Neuve Chapelle, when he showed 
great dash in command of a party which advanced over the open and 
captured many prisoners and a machine-gun. 

Mentioned in Sir J. French's Despatches, 22nd June 1915. 

* Thomas Kerr Stevenson, Student in Arts, 1912-13, 
to Martinmas 1914. Lieutenant, 6/7th (Service) 
Battalion, The Royal Scots Fusiliers, attached to the 
45th Trench Mortar Battery. Born 26th January 
1895. Killed in action at Le Sars, France, 29th 
January 1917. Mentioned in Sir D. Haig's Despatches, 
4th January 1917. 






JOHN ALEXANDER HAT SMITH. ROBERT MACALLAN STALKER, 



THOMAS SMITH. 






HARVEY SMITH STEVEN. JOHN WILLIAM ABBOTT STEGGALL. SIDNEY HERBERT STEVEN. 







WILLIAM ALEXANDER GIBB 
STEVENSON. 



THOMAS KERR STEVENSON. 



WILLIAM MICHAEL DASHWOOD 
STIRLING STRETTELL. 




BERNARD SILVESTER STURROCK 




JAMES PRINGLE THOMSON. 





.TAMES SUTTER TERRAS. 




PETER WALLS THOMSON. 




LAWRENCE JAMES STURROCK. 




JAMES RAMSAY TOSH. 




DAVID RUSHTON TRAN. 



JULES AUGUSTIN VIDEMENT. 



ROLL OF HONOUR 23 



* William Alexander Gibb Stevenson, M.A. 1911, 

Student in Divinity, 1911-14. Captain, 14th (Service) 
Battalion, The Highland Light Infantry. Born 
14th February 1889. Wounded at Cambrai, 25th 
November 1917. Died a prisoner in a German 
Hospital, 20th December 1917. Mentioned in Sir 
D. Haig's Despatches, 22nd December 1917. 

* William Michael Dashwood Stirling Strettell, 

Student in Medicine, 1911-14. Captain, 4th (Special 
Reserve) Battalion, The Highland Light Infantry. 
Wounded, May 1915, while attached 2nd Battalion, 
The King's Own Scottish Borderers. Seconded to 
1st Garrison Battalion, The Royal Scots ; served 
with them in Lemnos and Egypt. Attached The 
Royal Flying Corps ; Assistant Instructor in Flying 
at Central Flying School. Posted as Test Pilot on 
Staff of No. 1 Aeroplane Supply Depot. Born 29th 
September 1893. Killed in action near St. Omer, 
28th November 1917. 



Bernard Silvester Sturrock, Student in Law, 1912. 
Lieutenant, l/4th (City of Dundee) Battalion, The 
Black Watch (Royal Highlanders). Born 10th May 
1892. Killed in action in the Battle of Loos, France, 
25th September 1915. 



* Lawrence James Sturrock, M.A. 1915. Private, 7th 
(Service) Battalion, Seaforth Highlanders (Ross-shire 
Buffs, The Duke of Albany's). Born 10th November 
1893. Killed in action at Arras, 9th April 1917, in the 
Battle of Arras. 



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f James Sutter Terras, Student in Arts, 1903-4. 
Assistant House Master, Tudor House School, Moss 
Vale, New South Wales. Lieutenant, 63rd Battalion 
(New South Wales) Infantry, Australian Imperial 
Force. Born 22nd March 1885. Killed in action at 
Dernancourt, near Albert, on 28th March 1918. 

James Pringle Thomson, M.A. 1910. Sub- Editor, 
Glasgow Herald, Lieutenant, 6th (Service) Battalion, 
The Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders. Born 12th 
November 1889. Died of wounds received near 
Warloy, on the Somme, 15th August 1916. 

* Peter Walls Thomson, M.A. 1912, B.Litt. (Oxon.). 

Second Lieutenant, 109th Siege Battery, North 
Scottish Royal Garrison Artillery. Born 12th 
October 1891. Killed in action at Fricourt, near 
Albert, 24th July 1916. 

James Ramsay Tosh, M.A. 1894, D.Sc. Formerly 
Assistant to the Professor of Natural History, St. 
Andrews. Engineer, The Inland Water Transport 
and The British Red Cross Society, Mesopotamia. 
Born 2nd November 1872. Died of heat-stroke at 
Baghdad, 17th July 1917. 

* David Rushton Tran, Student in Arts, Martinmas 1914 

to Candlemas 1916. Private, Scots Guards. Second 
Lieutenant, Seaforth Highlanders (Ross-shire Buffs, 
The Duke of Albany's), attached 51st Gordons. Born 
5th December 1895. Killed at Buzancy on 28th 
July 1918. 



ROLL OF HONOUR 25 



Jules Augustin Videment, B. es L., L. es L., L. en D., 

Assistant Lecturer in French in the University. (S.) 
Sous-Lieutenant a l'Etat Major du 74me Regiment 
d'Infanterie Territoriale. " Missing," 22nd April 
1915. Mentioned in Despatches twice and awarded 
the Croix de Guerre. 

f James Miller Wallace, M.A. 1911. Principal of Swan 
River High School, Canada. Lieutenant, 43rd 
Infantry Battalion, Manitoba Regiment, Canadian 
Overseas Military Forces. Born 8th June 1888. 
Killed in action near Arras, 27th August 1918. 

Frederick Johnston Watson, Student in Law, 1908-9. 
Lieutenant, Cameron Highlanders, 43rd Canadian 
Infantry Battalion. Born 24th June 1888. Killed 
in action at Zillebeke, Ypres Salient, 10th June 1916. 

Stanley Lee Watson, Student in Law, 1913-14. 
Captain, l/4th (City of Dundee) Battalion, The Black 
Watch (Royal Highlanders). Born 5th November 
1892. Killed in action at Pont du Hem, north of La 
Bassee, 26th September 1915, in the Battle of Loos. 
Brother of preceding. 

* Thomas Watson, Student in Science, Martinmas 1912 
to Martinmas 1914. Captain, 6/7th (Territorial) 
Battalion, The Royal Scots Fusiliers. Born 29th 
November 1893. Killed in action, 11th April 1917, 
near Monchy, in the Battle of Arras. 

Alexander Lyle Watt, Student in Arts and Law, 
1899-1902. Procurator, Perth. Captain, 5th (Angus 
and Dundee) Battalion, The Black Watch (Royal 
Highlanders). Born 5th November 1882. Killed 
in action at the Battle of Neuve Chapelle, 10th 
March 1915. 



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* Alexander Aytoun Young, M.A. 1915. Lieutenant, 

2nd Battalion, The Black Watch (Royal Highlanders). 
Born 15th October 1894. Died of wounds on the 
Tigris, north of Baghdad, 14th March 1917. 

* James Logie Young, Student in Science, Martinmas 

1914, M.C. Lieutenant, 8th (Service) Battalion, 
The Black Watch (Royal Highlanders). Born 16th 
August 1893. Killed leading his Company near 
Meteren, 19th July 1918. 

The Military Cross was awarded to him, 16th September 1918, for 
conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty, April 1918. When sent up to 
reinforce the line with his Company, he led it through the barrage with 
few casualties, re-established the line, and took fifty-six prisoners. His 
Company held the line under machine-gun and snipers' fire until relieved 
next morning. 

f John Young, Student in Arts, 1900. Sergeant-Major- 
Instructor, Commonwealth Forces, Australia. Captain, 
Australian Imperial Forces, Infantry. Born 14th May 
1882. Killed in action near Ypres, 10th October 1917. 

t* Charles Whitehead Yule, M.A. 1911, B.Litt. 

Assistant Curator of the Historical Department, 
H.M. General Register House, Edinburgh. Captain, 
13th (Service) Battalion, The Royal Scots (Lothian 
Regiment). Born 1st December 1889. Killed in 
action at Vermelles, near Bethune, 11th May 1916. 




FREDERICK JOHNSTON WATSON. 




ALEXANDER LYLE WATT. 





THOMAS WATSON. 




JAMES LOGIE YOUNG. 




STANLEY LEE WATSON. 




ALEXANDER AYTOUN YOUNG. 




JOHN YOUNG. 



CHARLES WHITEHEAD YULE. 



1Roll of Service 



* Adams, Henry Alexander, M.A. 1912. Teacher, Kilwinning H.G. 

School. Private, R.A.O.C. 

* Adamson, Henry Lees, 1916. Cadet, Off. Cad. Bn. Infantry. 

Addison - Scott, Duncan Gordon, 1898. Surgeon Lt.-Comr. on 
H.M.S. Gunboat Ringdove. \±7 

Agnew, Rev. Alexander Thomas, M.A. 1912. Curate, St. 
Matthew^, Walsall. Chaplain to Forces, 4th Class. 

* Air, William James, 1913. Lieut., R.G.A., Sp. Res. 

Alexander, David, M.A. 1911, M.C. Quartermaster-Sergeant, So. 

Afr. Scot. Bn. Sec. Lieut., So. Air. H. Art. Supp. Officer, Lieut. 

R.G.A., Sp. Res., attd. 524th S. By. 

The Military Cross awarded 1st January 1919 to Lt. D. Alexander, R.G.A., 
Sp. Res. , attd. 524th S. By. for exceptionally good and gallant service. At 
Fuchy, on 21st March 1918, he displayed singular courage and perseverance in 
getting to his observation post, passing through heavy gas and other shelling. 
On the way he assisted wounded men of a R. F.A. gun detachment to shelter 
under shell-fire. One of his party was mortally wounded, and he was subse- 
quently admitted to hospital (gassed). 

f Allan, Andrew, M.A. 1911. Teacher, Dundee. Sergt., High. Div., 
Cyc. Coys., Div. Mount. Troops, Yeomanry. Sec. Lieut., Royal 

Scots Fusiliers. 

* Allan, James, 1914. Private, later Lieut., 7th The Black Watch. 

Allan, Joseph Edwards, 1914. Corporal, Scots Guards. Sec. Lieut., 
Highland Light Infantry. Act. Captain while Education Officer. 

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* Allardice, James Todd, M.A. 1913, M.C. Lieut. (Act. Capt.) 5th 
The Black Watch. Captain, comdg. 45th Trench Mortar Battery. 
Mentioned in Sir D. Haig's Despatches, 24th May 1918 and 28th 
December 1918. 

The Military Cross awarded 3rd June 1919 to Lieutenant (A/Captain) 
James Todd Allardice, 5th Bn. Royal Highlanders, commanding 45th Trench 
Mortar Battery. For devotion to duty between 17th September and 11th 
November 1918. Captain Allardice has set a fine example to all ranks, not only 
during the period in question but during the whole time in which he has com- 
manded the Trench Mortar Battery. He is fearless under fire, and has on 
many occasions showed a devotion to duty which is deserving of the highest 
credit. 

Anderson, Alford William, 1884, M.D., T.D. Captain, 5th King's 
Own Scottish Borderers. Major, 1st Lowland Field Ambulance, 
Lowland Division, R.A.M.C. 

Anderson, David, B.Sc. 1900. Civil Engineer, Westminster. 
Captain, R.M.E. 

f Anderson, David, M.A. 1907, M.C. and Bar. Mathematical Master, 
Hutcheson's Grammar School. Gunner, R.G.A. Lieut., M.G.C., 
Infantry. 

The Military Cross awarded to T/2nd Lieut. David Anderson, M.G.C., 24th 
Oct. 1917. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty in an attack near 
Ypres on 28th September 1917. He led his men over a long stretch of open 
country through an enemy barrage and under fire from snipers. On arriving 
at his appointed position he found it unsuitable,' and at once moved farther for- 
ward, and got his guns quickly into action, inflicting heavy casualties on the 
enemy, and assisting in breaking up an enemy counter-attack. 

A Bar to the Military Cross awarded, 30th Nov. 1918, to T/Lieut. David 
Anderson, M.C, 23rd Bn. M.G.C. , for conspicuous gallantry and devotion to 
duty during the forcing of a passage across the Monticano River on the 29th 
October 1918. 

Though the northern bank was very strongly held by machine-guns, which 
were sweeping the southern bank, he got his guns into action, working one of 
the guns himself. Under cover of these guns the river was forced. Later in 
the day he gave the greatest assistance in covering the left flank of a battalion 
when a counter-attack threatened, and the whole situation was dangerous. 
Throughout the operations he set a very fine example to his section and the 
men responded to it. 

t Anderson, Rev. Frederick Charles, M.A. 1909. Probationer of the 
United Free Church. Private, 10th Seaforth Highlanders. 

Anderson, Gilbert Norman, M.B., Ch.B. 1910, D.P.H. Captain, 
Acting Major, 1st London (City of London) Sanitary Company 
R.A.M.C. Deputy Assistant Director of Medical Service. 
Mentioned in Sir D. Haig's Despatches, 29th May 1917. 



* Anderson, James Christie, 1916. Sub.-Lieut. Surgeon Probationer, 

R.N.V.R. 

Anderson, John, M.B., Ch.B., Temporary Lecturer in Clinical Surgery. 
(S.) Lieut., R.A.M.C., 20th Casualty Clearing Station, B.E.F. 

* Anderson, John, M.A. 1914. Sec. Lieut., R.G.A. Relinquished his 

commission. 

* Anderson, Patrick Wright, 1911. Lieut., 10th The Black Watch. 

Anderson, Rev. William, 1908, M.A. Chaplain to Forces, Mauritius. 

Anderson, William Duncan, B.Sc. 1915. Assistant Master, Science 
and Mathematics, Brechin H.Sch. Private, Highland Divisional 
Cyclist Coy. ; trans, to Liverpool Regiment. 

Andrew, David Walker, won a Bursary, 1916. Signalman, R.N.V.R., 
H.M.S. Curacoa. 

* Annesley, William Richard Norton, D.S.O. Lecturer on Military 

Subjects, 1905-13 (S.). Major Ret. The Queen's Own (Royal 
West Kent Regiment). Ex-O.C. The University of St. Andrews 
Officers Training Corps. Tgfer See Roll of Honour. 

* Annesley, William Robert Bathurst, 1911. Lieut., City of Dundee 

Fortress Engineers, R.E. Lieut. (Act. Capt.), attd. R.A.F. 
Mentioned in the Earl of Cavan's Despatches, dated 18th January 
1919. 

Anton, David Nicol, M.A. 1908, M.B., Ch.B. Captain, R.A.M.C. 
Mesopotamia. 

Armit, George Gilmour, 1908. Engineer Lieut., R.N.R. 

* Armit, James Wilson, 1913. Captain, 12th The Royal Scots. 

f*AucHTERLONiE, David Hayne, M.A. 1910. Asst. Master, Albert 
_ Road Academy, Pollokshields. Sergeant-Instructor, Cadet- Brigade, 
R.A.F. 

f Baigrie, Robert John, M.A. 1905. Captain, Eastern Rifles 
(Kaffrarian Rifles), South Africa. 

* Bain, Alexander Neill, M.A. 1914. Lieut., 10th The Gordon 

Highlanders. See Roll of Honour. 

Bald, Francis Alexander, M.A. 1906. Sergeant, Seaforth High- 
landers. 



* Bald, William, M.A. 1911. Sec. Lieut, 12th The Cameronians. 

Relinquished his commission. 

Barclay, The Rev. Robert Stephen, 1892. Sec. Lieut., 3rd The 
Royal Scots. See Roll of Honour. 

* Barrie, Edward Alexander, 1908. Lieut. (Act. Captain), R.E. 

Mentioned in Sir W. R. Marshall's Despatches, 21st Feb. 1919. 

f *Barron, David Cuthbert, B.Sc. 1910, M.B., Ch.B. Captain, R.A.M.C, 
Sp. Res.; Act. Lieut.-Colonel, Comdg. Field Ambulance. Men- 
tioned in Sir D. Haig's Despatches, 4th January 1917. 

* Barrow, Percy Edward Brandon, M.B., Ch.B. 1914. Captain, 

R.A.M.C. 

* Barrow, Reginald Hugh Balfour, M.B., Ch.B. 1914. Captain, 

R.A.M.C. Ophthalmic Surgeon, Ind. Exped. Force. 

Barry, Arthur Gordon, M.A., B.Sc. 1909, D.S.O. M.C. Captain, 
9th Lancashire Fusiliers ; Captain, The Manchester Regiment ; 
Lt.-Colonel, M.G.C, Inf. Comdg. 34th M.G. Coy. Instructor, 
G.H.Q., M.G.C. School. Comdg. 11th Bn. M.G.C, 11th Division. 
Received a regular commission as Captain for services at Suvla 
Bay, May 1916. 

The Military Cross awarded, 3rd June 1916, to Temp. Captain Arthur Gordon 
Barry, 9th Lanes. Fusiliers. Was present at the landing [at Suvla] in August. 
Has shown continual good work as Adjutant and Battn. Commander. 

The Distinguished Service Order awarded, June 1919, to Capt. (Temp. Lt.- 
Col.) Arthur Gordon Barry, M.C, 11th Bn. Machine-Gun Corps. Has com- 
manded the 11th Battalion Machine - Gun Corps since its formation. His 
personal character and energy have had much to do with the successful welding 
of four different companies into an excellent battalion, with a good fighting 
spirit. 

His work in command of the battalion, both in trench warfare and subse- 
quently in open warfare, has been thoroughly good, and has materially assisted 
in the success of the operations. 

Mentioned in Sir Charles Monro's Despatches on Gallipoli, 12th July 1916, 
and Sir D. Haig's Despatches, 21st Dec. 1917, and 10th July 1919. 

Batchelor, David Elder, 1911. Chartered Accountant, Dundee. 
Paymaster, with temp, rank as Captain, Field Cashier in France 
with V. and XIII. Corps. 

Batchelor, Frank, M.A. 1911, B.Litt. Exhibitioner, Balliol Coll., 
Oxford. Lieut., 7th The Black Watch. 

Baxter, George, 1913. Acting Lieut., R.E. 

f*BAXTER, James, M.A. 1910. Khedival Law School, Cairo. Lieut., 
3rd. Sp. Res., attd. 1st Garr. Bn., The Gordon Highlanders. 



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* Bayne, John, M.A. 1915. Sergt.-Instr. Musketry, 6th The Black 

Watch. Sec. Lieut., 142nd Siege Battery, R.G.A., Sp. Res. 

* Benson, Walter Tyrrell, B.Sc. 1915. Surgeon-Lieut., R.N., H.M.S. 

Burslem and Ithuriel. 

* Beveridge, John Baxter, 1912. Sec. Lieut., 14th Highland Light 

Infantry. See Roll of Honour. 

* Beveridge, John Dall, 1912. Lieut., 11th, attd. 3rd, The Black 

Watch, attd. Captain, 1st Gar. Bn. North Staffordshire Regt., 
later posted to 14th The Black Watch. 

Beveridge, Robert Morris, 1905. Lecturer in Chemistry, New South 
Wales Government College. Hon. Lieut.-Qmr. 3rd Bn. 1st 
Infantry Brigade, Australian Exped. Force. 

* Birrell, John, 1898. Lieut., 11th The Black Watch. 

Birrell, William Smith, M.A. 1906. Teacher, Leith Walk Sch., 
Edinburgh. Gunner, R.G.A. Corporal, Army Pay Corps. 

* Bisset, Robert Wilson, 1914. Private, R.A.M.C. 

f Black, David Glenday, M.A. 1911. Teacher, Dundee. Captain, 
3rd (Gordon Brigade) Coy., High. Div. Train., R.A.S.C. 

Black, John, M.B., Ch.B. 1915. Captain, R.A.M.C. Mesopotamia 
and N.W. Frontier Provinces. 

Blackadder, Robert John, 1903, M.C. C.A., London. Rifleman, 
16th The London Regt. (Queen's Westminster Rifles). Lieut. 
(Act. Major), R.G.A. 

The Military Cross awarded to Lieutenant (A/Capt.) Robert John Blackadder, 
R.G.A., T.F., attached 151st Siege Battery, R.G.A., for conspicuous gallantry 
and devotion to duty at Beaurains, on 28th March 1918. 

During the withdrawal of the battery, the enemy commenced a heavy bom- 
bardment of the battery position. The successful withdrawal of all the guns 
and stores was largely due to his energy, coolness, and resource. 

f Blackwell, Thomas Charles, 1898, M.D. (Edin.). General Prac- 
titioner, Oxshott, Surrey. Surgeon, Royal Navy. With Royal 
Naval Division, in Gallipoli, Macedonia, and France. With Royal 
Marine Artillery, in H.M.S. Queen Elizabeth. Mentioned in 
Despatches, August 1919. 

Blackwood, Harry, M.A. 1911. English Master, The Academy, 
Bathgate. L.-Corp., 5th, attd. 2nd, The Cameronians. 



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Blackwood, Thomas Anderson, 1909. Engineer Sub. -Lieut., R.N.R., 
H.M.S. Fauvette. See Roll of Honour. 

* Blair, Robert, 1915. Private, 4th The Cameronians. 
Bonar, Hew Hunter, 1901. Lieut., R.A.S.C. 

* Boyle, John Scott Walker, M.A. 1913, B.Sc. Lieut, 11th The 

Cameronians. Divisional Gas Officer, Salonika. Acting Lieut., 
R.E. Gas Services, Salonika. 

* Boyle, William Scott, 1912. Sec. Lieut, 11th The Cameronians. 

See Roll of Honour. 

* Bracelin, Daniel Aloysius, 1914. Pioneer, Sp. Bn. Chem. Sec, R.E. 

Sec. Lieut., 3rd The Black Watch. See Roll of Honour. 
t Brechin, Rev. Edwin James, M.A. 1897, B.D., O.B.E. Parish 

Minister at Avoch. Appointed an Officer of the Most Excellent 

Order of the British Empire (Civil), January 1919. Gen. 

Superint for France of the Scottish Churches' Huts. 
Brock, George Selby, 1905, M.B., Ch.B. Captain, I.M.S. Served 

in Flanders, 1914. Adj utant, School of Instruction for Temporary 

I.M.S. Officers at Rawal Pindi. ^ See Roll of Honour. 
f Brockie, James, ex-Instructor, University Battery 1st Fifeshire R.G.A. 

Volunteers. (S.) Captain, 3/lst Lowland Brigade, R.F.A. ^ 

See Roll of Honour. 

Brookes, Claud James, M.B., Ch.B. 1906. Captain, R.A.M.C. 
Medical Officer, H.M.H.S. Herefordshire. 

* Broom, Cyril Thomson, 1912. Sec. Lieut., 10th Highland Light 

Infantry. See Roll of Honour. 

* Brough, Alexander, 1911. Sec. Lieut., 12th The Cameronians. See 

Roll of Honour. 

Brown, Charles Hilton, M.A. 1911. I.C.S. Sec. Lieut, East Coast 
Volunteer Rifles, India. 

Brown, George MacCurrach, B.Sc. 1906. Manager, Rubber Planta- 
tions, Sumatra. Trained Coolies in China for a Labour Corps ; 
brought them to France. Joined Inns of Court O.T.C., before 
Armistice. 

* Brown, John, 1913. Lieut., 10th The Cameronians. Transf. to 

7th Gurkha Rifles in Mesopotamia. Adj. and Q.M., later 
Commandant, 15th (Turkish) Prisoners of War Corps. Captain, 
Indian Army. 



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f Brown, Rev. William, M.A. 1887, B.D. Parish Minister at Campsie. 
Chaplain to the Forces, 3rd Class, T.F., attached 7th Argyll and 
Sutherland Highlanders. 

f Bruce, George Robert, M.A. 1907, M.D., O.B.E. Asst. 
Med. Officer of Health, Willesden. Captain (Acting Major), 
R.A.M.C., Sp. Res. Specialist Sanitary Officer, Salisbury Plain, 
and in Malta. Mentioned in Secretary of State for War's De- 
spatches, 13th March 1918. Appointed an Officer of the Most 
Excellent Order of the British Empire, June 1919. 

Bruce, James, 1899. Sec. Lieut. (Acting Captain), High. Div., Cyc. 
Coys., Div. Mount. Troops. Seconded to Labour Corps. 

* Bruce, John Grant, 1914. Sec. Lieut., 8th The Queen's Own 

Cameron Highlanders. 

Bryce, Alexander Ness, M.A. 1907. Lieut., R.N.V.R., H.M.S. 
President V. 

* Buchan, David, M.A. 1913. Lieut., 11th The Gordon Highlanders. 

See Roll of Honour. 

Buchan, William Taylor, M.A. 1910, M.B., Ch.B. Captain, 
R.A.M.C. Mentioned in Sir E. H. H. Allenby's Despatches, 5th 
June 1919. 

* Buchanan, George Gilbert, 1915. Surgeon, Sub. -Lieut., R.N.V.R. 

Buist, David Stirling, 1901, M.B., Ch.B. Captain, R.A.M.C, 
Egyptian Army Med. Ser. Awarded the Order of the Nile, 4th 
Class (Egypt). ^ 

Buist, Robert Cochrane, M.A. 1881, M.D. Lecturer in Clinical 
Gynecology and Vaccination. (S.) Civilian Surgeon, Dundee 
War Hospital. 

Buist, Robert Nicoll, M.A. 1896. Teacher, Dundee. Private, 
15th and 10th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. 

C 



34 ST. ANDREWS UNIVERSITY 



* Buist, Thomas Powrie, M.A. 1910, B.Sc, M.B., Ch.B. Lieut., 

Unattached List (T.F.), St. Andrews University Officers Training 
Corps. Captain, R.A.M.C. Mentioned in Sir Stanley Maude's 
Despatches, 12th March 1918, and Sir W. Marshall's, 5th June 
1919. 

* Burness, Hugh Hanton, 1913, M.C. Major, R.G.A. 

The Military Cross awarded, 1st January 1918, to T/Lieut. (A/Capt.) 
Hugh Hanton Burness, 262nd Siege By., R.G.A. 

Conspicuous ability and zeal as battery commander, and great courage and 
steadfastness in action. The shooting of his battery is consistently good, and 
has achieved important results, whilst his bravery under heavy hostile shelling 
has had a most stimulating effect upon all ranks. 

Burnett, George Alexander, B.Sc. 1914. Lieut., R.A.S.C. 
t Burnett, John Robert, M.B., Ch.B. 1912. Captain, R.A.M.C. 
t Burns, William, M.A. 1893, M.B., Ch.B. Sergeant, R.A.M.C. 

* Burt, David Raitt Robertson, 1916. Sec. Lieut., attd. 1st The 

Black Watch. 

f Burt, William, M.A. 1905. English Master, Linlithgow Academy. 
Gunner, 3rd Lowland Bde., R.F. A. Sergeant-Instructor, 5th Res. 
Bde., R.F.A. Sec. Lieut., R.F.A. Relinquished his commission 
on account of wounds. 

* Burt, William, 1911. Lieut., 4th, attd. 2nd, The Cameronians. 

Captain and Adjutant, H.Q. Spec. Coy., R.E., 4th Army. 

Butch art, Alexander Davidson, B.Sc. 1912. Technical Chemist, 
Burmah Oil Co., Rangoon. Lieut., I.A.R.O. Asst. Controller 
Contracts, Indian Munitions Board. 

* Butchart, Raymond Keiller, B.Sc. 1913. Assistant Lecturer in 

Mathematics. (S.) Lieut., 14th, attached 1st, The Royal Scots. 
Captain, while acting as Brigade Signalling Officer with 54th 
Bn. Trng. Res. Severely wounded. 

Butchart, Stewart Fairweather, M.A. 1890, Ph.D., M.C. Modern 
Languages Master, Dollar Academy. Captain, 7th Argyll and 
Sutherland Highlanders. Honorary Captain in the Army. 

Military Cross awarded, January 1916, to Lieut. S. F. Butchart, 7th Argyll 
and Sutherland Highlanders. 

Near St. Julien on 25th April led his platoon very gallantly, setting his men 
a fine example. He was severely wounded. 

Mentioned in Sir John French's Despatches, 1st January 1916. 



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Butler, Arthur Stanley George, 1905. A.R.I.B.A. Sec. Lieut., 
R.F.A. Wounded. Relinquished his commission on account of 
ill-health. 

* Butler, James, 1912. Lieut., 4th Spec. Res., The Cameronians. 

Relinquished his commission on account of ill-health. 

* Buttar, Alexander Michie, M.A. 1914. Assistant Master, 

Academy, Beith. Lieut., 11th, later 17th, Highland Light 
Infantry. 

* Byres, William Stewart, 1916. L.-Corporal, The Black Watch. 

* Caie, John Myles, 1913, M.C. L.-Corporal, Sec. Lieut., Seaforth 

Highlanders, attd. 4th North Lancashire Regiment. 

The Military Cross was awarded to T/2nd Lieutenant John Myles Caie, 
attd. N. Lanes. Regt. (l/4th Bn. T.F.). For conspicuous gallantry and good 
leadership, near La Bassee, on 30th September 1918. 

When his platoon was held up by an enemy machine-gun in a pill-box, and 
the attack was checked, he collected some men, and rushing forward captured 
the machine-gun and crew of six. He did fine work. 

Caldwell, John Revie, M.B., Ch.B. 1914. Assistant Lecturer in 
Pathology. (S.) Captain, R.A.M.C., Spec. Res. 

f Callander, William Ramsay Corson, M.A. 1910, I.C.S. Sec. 
Lieut., Indian Army Reserve of Officers. See Roll of Honour. 

* Cameron, David Rose, 1913. Sec. Lieut, R.A.S.C. Flight Lieut., 

R.A.F. Prisoner of War, June 1917. Repatriated December 
1918. 

* Cameron, Ronald Thomas, 1913. Lieut., 3rd Spec. Res., The 

King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry. Lieut., Indian Army. 

Campbell, Adeline Herbert, M.A. 1909, M.B., Ch.B. Surgeon, 
Scottish Women's Hospital, Serbia. Decorated with the Order 
of St. Sava, 5th Class (Serbia), the Serbian War Medical Service 
Medal, and the Medal of the Serbian Red Cross Society. 



36 ST. ANDREWS UNIVERSITY 



Campbell, Alexander Sydney, M.B., Ch.B. 1906. Medical Officer 
to P.O., and General Practitioner, Dundee. Captain, R.A.M.C. 
Mentioned in Sir D. Haig's Despatches, 20th Dec. 1918. 

Campbell, Annie Renwick, M.B., Ch.B. 1917. Medical Officer, 
W.R.A.F., R.A.F., Shorncliffe. Hon. Lieut., R.A.F., Women's 
Medical Service. 

* Campbell, Ebenezer, 1915. Private, later Sec. Lieut., 3/6 th The 

Black Watch. 

Campbell, Guy Colin, 1903. Major, 8th The King's Royal Rifle 
Corps. Major in the New Armies. Aide-de-Camp. \£fe? 

Campbell, Ian Davidson, 1911. Trooper, Scottish Horse Yeomanry. 

f Campbell, Rev. John, 1887. Chaplain to the Forces, 2nd CL, Lieut.- 
Col., attd. to the Royal Scots Greys. Deputy Asst. Principal 
Chaplain. Mentioned in Sir D. Haig's Despatches, 4th Jan. 
1917. W 

Campbell, John Macleod, 1906. Lieut., 8th Argyll and Suther- 
land Highlanders. 

* Campbell, William Balfour, 1912. Lieut., 10th, attd. 1st, The 

Gordon Highlanders. Lieut. (Act. Capt.), Indian Army. 

Campsie, Alexander, M.A. 1912, M.C. Divinity Student, New 
College, Edin. Private, R.A.M.C. Sec. Lieut., 8th The Black 
Watch. Lieut, in the New Armies. Employed by Ministry of 
National Service. 

Awarded the Military Cross for conspicuous gallantry in action. He led 
bombing attacks, and drove back the enemy at a critical time. He displayed 
great courage and determination throughout. (10th Jan. 1917.) 

Canch-Kavanagh, Maxwell Robert, 1885. Major, 2/7th The 
Black Watch. 

Cant, James, M.A. 1909. Teacher, Dundee. Gunner, R.F.A. 
Sec. Lieut., 121st Bde., R.F.A., 38th Div. 

Cape, John, M.A. 1912. Teacher, Dundee. Bombardier, Lowland 
(City of Edinburgh) Heavy Battery, R.G. A. Computer, Calibra- 
tion Section, R.G. A. 



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* Carbery, Murtough, M.A. 1912, B.Sc, D.S.O., M.C. Lieut., Royal 

Field Artillery. Captain (Acting Major), 6th Res. Bde., R.F.A. 

Awarded the Military Cross for conspicuous gallantry. When a hostile 
shell ignited the ammunition in a pit, and the fire spread rapidly, Lieut. 
Carbery, Sergt.-Major Horsfield, Gunner Deakins, and Acting Bombardier 
Walker, at great personal risk, fought the flames for over an hour under heavy 
shell-fire. Finally they succeeded in getting out the ammunition and ex- 
tinguishing the fire. They set a fine example of pluck and determination. 
(14th June 1916.) 

The Distinguished Service Order awarded, June 1918, to T/Captain Murtough 
Carbery, M.C, 64th By., 5th Bde., Royal Field Artillery. 

On the 8th Oct. 1917, north-east of Triangle Farm, St. Julien, Poelcappelle, 
he stayed with three badly wounded men, dressing them in the open under 
heavy fire, until assistance was brought. On the early morning of the 12th 
October 1917 he led out his men, and advanced half a mile under heavy gas 
shell and H.E. barrage to commence offensive operations. He was ready in 
action at zero hour. He had been ordered overnight to withdraw his men to a 
place of safety. 

During the operations north-east of Ypres, from the 5th to the 15th October 
1917, he set a splendid example to all ranks. His battery was advanced to a 
position in full view of the enemy (with open sights) and subjected to constant 
shell-fire, suffering a number of casualties. Although evidently suffering 
extreme fatigue, he never spared himself in his efforts to save his officers and 
men. His battery had six guns in action at their new position on the 12th 
October 1917, and carried up 7000 rounds. 

It is impossible to estimate the effect these specific acts of gallantry had on 
all ranks. 

Mentioned in Sir Douglas Haig's Despatches, 21st May 1918. 

Cargill, Rev. John, M.A. 1897. Assistant Parish Minister, Scoonie, 
Fife. Sec. Lieut., 7th The Black Watch, 1915. See Roll of 
Honour. 

* Carlton, Hugh James, 1917. Sec. Lieut., 10th Argyll and Suther- 

land Highlanders. 

Carnegy, Robert Samson Low, M.A. 1912. Assistant Master, 
Kelso P.Sch. Private, King's Own Scottish Borderers. Prisoner of 
War. Repatriated Dec. 1918. 

* Carruthers, James Dalziel, 1916. Private, 10th Royal Scots 

Fusiliers. Gunner, R.F.A. Sec. Lieut., R.G.A. 

Caseby, John Alexander, 1907. Motor Cyclist, Scottish Horse, 
Transport Column, R.A.S.C. Despatch Rider. Sec. Lieut., R.E. 

* Cassells, Andrew Cooper, M.B., Ch.B. 1915. Lieut., R.A.M.C., 

Spec. Res. Resigned on account of ill-health. 

* Cassells, David Arthur Ketchen, 1915. Sec. Lieut., 14th The 

Royal Scots. Resigned on account of ill-health. 



38 ST. ANDREWS UNIVERSITY 



* Chalmers, James Stewart, M.A. 1912. Sec. Lieut., 1st The Queen's 

Own Cameron Highlanders. See Roll of Honour. 

» 

* Chalmers, Quentin, 1914. Gunner, R.F.A. 

Chalmers, Robert, B.Sc. 1903, O.B.E. Engineer at Rosyth. Hon. 
Lieut. -Colonel, R.M.L.I. On special mission for the Admiralty. 
Appointed an Officer of the Most Excellent Order of the British 
Empire, Jan. 1920. 

* Chalmers, Thomas Keiller, 1909. Lieut., 14th Highland Light 

Infantry. Acting Lieut., R.E. 

Chapman, Robert William, M.A. 1903. Asst. Sec. to Delegates, 
Oxford University Press. Acting Captain, Heavy and Siege 
Batteries, R.G.A. 

* Charlton, Francis Joseph, M.B., Ch.B. 1917. Captain, R.A.M.C, 

Spec. Res. 

* Charlton, George Alfred, M.A. 1913. Lieut., 9th The Royal 

Scots Fusiliers. Lieut, in the New Armies. Trench Mortar 
Battery. 

f Christie, Rev. George, M.A. 1891, B.D., T.D. Parish Minister of 
St. Andrew's, Edinburgh. Chaplain to the Forces, 2nd Class, 
T.F., attd. City of Edinburgh R.E., T.F. 

* Christie, Rigby James Mitchell, 1912, M.C. Captain and Adjutant, 

13th The Royal Scots. 

Awarded the Military Cross for conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
When in command of his battalion he made a personal and daring reconnais- 
sance in full view of the enemy to ascertain what troops were on his right flank. 
Finding it unprotected, he immediately organised a defensive flank, but before 
this was completed the enemy counter-attacked. He made a very gallant 
defence, and although heavily attacked on three sides, the line was not broken 
until he had been badly wounded and carried to the rear. (9th Jan. 1918.) 

Awarded the Italian Medal for Valour. 

Mentioned in Sir John French's Despatches, 1st Jan. 1916, and in Sir Douglas 
Haig's, 15th June 1916 and 8th July 1919. 

* Christie, Thomas, 1914. Captain, 10th Highland Light Infantry. 

Prisoner of War, April 1918. Repatriated Dec. 1918. 

* Christie, William, 1914, M.C. Captain, 11th The Royal Scots. 

The Military Cross awarded to Temp. Lieutenant William Christie, The Royal 
Scots, for conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He carried out a most 
successful observation of the whole front. He completed his task at dark, 
being under continuous artillery and machine-gun fire the entire time. (26th 
July 1917.) 



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* Clark, David Cameron, 1917. Private, 4th Argyll and Sutherland 

Highlanders. 

* Clark, James Smith, M.A. 1916. Corporal, R.A.M.C, General 

Hospital, Salonika. 

Clarke, Rev. George Kirkaldy Sturrock, M.A. 1906. St. Peter's, 
Glasgow. Chaplain to Forces, 4th Class. Somme, and Ypres 
district, 
f Clarke, Rev. Sidney Lampard, M.A., B.Sc. 1898. Chaplain and 
Instructor-Commander, H.M.S. Collingwood. Deputy Chaplain - 
in-Chief, R.A.F. ^ 

Cleugh, Henry James, M.A. 1914. Assistant, Admiralty. Sec. 
Lieut., R.M.L.I., Plymouth Division. 

Cochran, Kenneth Haldane, M.A., B.Sc. 1909. Asst. Master, Math, 
and Science, Coatbridge H.G. Sch. Sapper, " U " Sound Ranging 
Section, R.E., B.E.F., France. Corporal, R.G.A. 

Cochrane, Charles William, 1893, M. A., B.Sc, D.S.O. Lieut.-Col., 
Mechanical Transport, High. Div., R.A.S.C. 

The Distinguished Service Order awarded, 3rd June 1918, to Lieut.-Col. 
Charles William Cochrane, R.A.S.C, T.F. 

As S.M.T.O., 7th Corps, Lieutenant-Colonel Cochrane has successfully given 
his best work to maintain the M.T. of the Corps in a high state of efficiency. 
Several highly satisfactory reports have been received from time to time as 
proof of the energy and good work of this Officer. He has given every 
assistance in his power to the Corps, and has rendered valuable service, especially 
during the operations about Cambrai. 

Mentioned in Sir John French's Despatches, 1st Jan. 1916, and in Sir 
Douglas Haig's, 25th May 1918. 

* Collinge, Edward Horsman Hamilton, 1916. Sec. Lieut., attd. 1st 

Lancashire Fusiliers. Later Sec. Lieut., R.E. 

Collins, Reginald Sedley, M.A. 1914. Lieut., R.G.A., Spec. Res. 

* Coltart, Matthew Graham, 1915. Private, 9th Highland Light 

Infantry. Fought on the Somme. Discharged invalided. 

f Conacher, Rev. Duncan, M.A. 1911. Parish Minister at Kilmory. 
Chaplain to Forces, 4th CI., 1st Gordons, 3rd Div. ; 6th Black 
Watch, High. Div. : France, Belgium, Germany. 

Cook, Thomas William, M.A. 1909. Teacher, Inverness Royal 
Academy. Lance-Corporal, Stretcher-Bearer, R.A.M.C. 

Cooper, Rev. Charles Guthrie, M.A. 1905, B.D. Parish Minister 
at Strathbungo. Chaplain to Forces, 4th Class. 



Cooper, Kenneth Henry, 1908, C.A. Staff- Sergeant -Major 
(Warrant Officer), R.A.S.C. 

* Cordiner, George Ritchie Mather, 1915. Private, 2/4th Seaforth 

Highlanders. Transferred to 2/2nd Scottish Horse. 

* Coutts, James Cran, M.B., Ch.B. 1918. Lieut, R.A.M.C., Spec. Res. 

* Cox, Rev. George Frederick, B.D. 1914, M.A. Locum -tenens, 

Parish Church, Gourock. Private, 3rd Highland Light Infantry. 

* Craddock, George Beresford, 1915. Lieut., R.E. Chemical Warfare 

Staff. 

t Ckaig, David Duncan, M.A. 1904, B.Sc, M.B., Ch.B., M.C. and Bar. 
Captain (Acting Major), R.A.M.C, attd. 2nd East Lancashire 
Regt. and 6th The Black Watch. 

The Military Cross awarded, 23rd June 1915, to Lieutenant D. D. Craig, 
R.A.M.C, attd. 2nd E. Lanes. 

Behaved in a very gallant manner in attending to wounded at Neuve 
Chapelle, 10th-14th March. Under heavy rifle and artillery fire left shelter of 
trench and applied a tourniquet to a man whose leg had been blown off, assisted 
in dragging the man back to trench and amputated his leg. 

A Bar to the Military Cross awarded, 21st Dec. 1916, to T/Captain David 
Duncan Craig, M.C, M.B., R.A.M.C, attd. 2nd Bn. E. Lanes. R. For 
conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty north of Geuedecourt on 23rd 
October 1916. He tended the wounded throughout the operations with great 
courage and skill, frequently passing through enemy barrage, and going into 
the open. He set a splendid example. 

Mentioned in Sir John French's Despatches, 22nd June 1915. 

t* Craig, Henry David Cook, M.A. 1911, M.C. Soudan Civil Service, 
Education Department, Khartoum. Captain, 3rd Highland Light 
Infantry. Brigade-Major, D.A.Q.M.G., Expeditionary Force, 
Russia. See Roll of Honour. 

t Craig, John Douglas, M.A. 1909. Assistant Professor of Latin, 
Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario. Lieut., R.F.A. 

f Craig, John William, 1887, M.B., CM. Surgeon-Commander, 
H.M.S. Agamemnon. "&!& 

* Craig, Robert Meldrum, M.A. 1907, B.Sc. Lecturer in Geology. 

(S.) Lieut., Unattached List, T.F., University of St. Andrews Con- 
tingent Officers Training Corps. Captain, 4th The Northumber- 
land Fusiliers, attd. 2/5th The South Staffordshire Regiment. 
Mentioned in Sir D. Haig's Despatches, 18th December 1917. 

* Craig, Stanley David, M.B., Ch.B. 1912. Captain, R.A.M.C. 



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Craighead, Alexander Clifton, B.Sc. 1912, M.B., Ch.B. Captain, 
R.A.M.C. 

* Craigie, James, 1916. Cadet, Off. Cad. Bn., Infantry. 

Craik, Rev. David, B.D. 1912, M.A. Lieut., Indian Army Reserve 
of Officers, 11th Rajputs. A.D.C. to Lieut. -General Sir F. J. 
Aylmer, V.C., Tigris Army Corps, I.E.F.D. 

* Craik, James, 1916. Sec. Lieut, 5th The Royal Scots. Employed 

13th Home Service Bn., Royal Scots Fusiliers. 

* Cramond, George Alexander, 1914. Lieut., 9th, attd. 1st, The 

Cameronians. 
f Crawford, Rev. William, M.A. 1899, B.D., M.C. Parish Minister 
at Inverkip. Chaplain to Forces, 2nd Class, attached 8th 
Seaforth Highlanders. 

The Military Cross awarded, 8th March 1918, to Rev. William" Crawford, 
Temp. Chaplain to the Forces, 4th Class, R.A.C.D. 

Has been at the Front continuously since July 1915. The zeal and efficiency 
with which he has discharged his duties have frequently been brought to notice. 

Mentioned in Sir D. Haig's Despatches, 15th June 1916. 

Crichton, Arthur John Moncrieffe, M.B., Ch.B. 1907. Lieut., 
R.A.M.C, West African Medical Staff, Mesopotamia Expedi- 
tionary Force. 
Crighton, John, 1913. Lieut., 9th The Black Watch. See 
Roll of Honour, 
f Croall, James Smith, M.A. 1910. Asst. Mathematical Master, 
Airdrie Academy. Private, 15th Argyll and Sutherland 
Highlanders. Sec. Lieut., R.G.A. 

* Cruickshank, Charles, M.A. 1914. Private, The Black Watch, 

M.G.C., and R.E. (Signal Coy.). 

Cumming, Rev. Andrew, M.A. 1911. Y.M.C.A., France, Egypt, 
Soudan. U.F. Minister, Dundee. 

Cunningham, Andrew Tocher, M.B., Ch.B. 1909, M.C. Captain, 
R.AM.C. 

Awarded the Military Cross for conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty 
during a raid on the enemy's lines. He worked continuously throughout an 
intense bombardment, attending to the wounded at the aid-post until they had 
all been attended to and evacuated. He showed great courage and devotion to 
duty. (7th March 1918.) 

Cunningham, Robert Cocks, 1908, M.C. Chartered Accountant, 
London. Captain, 4th The Black Watch. See Roll of Honour. 



Cuthbert, Alexander, 1907. Chartered Accountant Apprentice, 
Glasgow. Sec. Lieut., 7th The Gordon Highlanders, attached 
2/14th The London Regiment (London Scottish). 

* Dalgleish, Hugh Herbert. (S.) Instructor, St. Andrews University 

Officers Training Corps. Sergeant, 1st Bn. Scots Guards. 

Dall, Rev. John, M.A. 1901, B.D. Professor of Church History, 
Queers University, Kingston, Ontario. Captain, Highland Light 
Infantry. See Roll of Honour. 

David, Mary Lumsdaine, M.A. 1909, M.B., Ch.B. Asst. Tuber- 
culosis Officer, Fife. Civil Surgeon, attd. to R.A.M.C. Med. 
Officer, General Hospital, Cairo, and Stationary Hosp., Ismailia, 
Egypt. 

* Davidson, Adrian Norman, 1913, D.S.O. Captain, 3rd Spec. Res., 

attd. 1st The Gordon Highlanders. Commd. Coy., Officer 
Cadet Battalion. 

Awarded the Distinguished Service Order for conspicuous gallantry and 
determination during an attack on a strong enemy position. With 50 men he 
reached a point and held it for seven hours, till reinforcements came up, when 
600 of the enemy surrendered. His tenacity was largely instrumental in the 
final capture of the position. (19th August 1916.) 

Mentioned in Sir D. Haig's Despatches, 4th January 1917. 

* Davidson, Rev. Edwin Maxwell Murray, M.A. 1910, B.D. Assistant, 

St. Giles's, Edinr. Sec. Lieut., 9th The Royal Scots. Flight 
Lieut., R.A.F. Resigned his commission. 

* Davidson, Harry Cunningham, 1911. Lieut., 3/7th The Black 

Watch. Lieut., M.G.C. Lieut, 2/15th Sikhs, Indian Army. 

* Davidson, Reginald Ian, M.A. 1913. Sec. Lieut., R.F.A., Spec. Res. 

Davidson, Robert, M.B., Ch.B. 1910. Captain, R.A.M.C, No. 19 

British Ambulance, Indian Expeditionary Force. On Medical 
Staff, Wellington, India. 

* Davidson, Ronald Riach, 1913. Captain, 2nd The Royal Scots. 

See Roll of Honour. 

Dawson, David Hill Mackintosh, M.A. 1909. Teacher, Royal High 
School, Edinburgh. Sec. Lieut., R.A.S.C. 



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* Dawson, David William, 1915. Sec. Lieut., R.A.F. 

Dawson, Rev. James Mackintosh, M.A. 1905. Minister, U.F. 
Church, Kilwinning. Chaplain to Forces, 4th Class ; France. 

* Dawson, John, M.A. 1912, B.Phil. Sec. Lieut., 11th The Gordon 

Highlanders. See Roll of Honour. 

Day, John Percival, D.Phil. 1915, B.A., B.Sc. Captain, 12th 
Durham Light Infantry. Attached 79th Bn. Training Reserve. 
Mentioned in Sir D. Haig's Despatches, 15th June 1916. 

f Dean, Rev. John Andrew Fowler, M.A. 1898. U.F. Minister, 
Chalmers Church, Wishaw. Private, later Lieut., 8th The 
Highland Light Infantry. Transferred to Lanarkshire Yeo- 
manry. Captain, Cadet Battalion, Gailes. Instructor in M.G. 
and in Musketry. 

De Mattos, Rev. Richard, 1893. Rector, Roman Catholic Church, 
Ilkeston. Chaplain to Forces, 4th Class. 

^Dempster, David, M.A. 1910, M.B., Ch.B., M.C. Captain, R. A.M.C. 
Spec. Res. Honorary Captain in the Army. 

The Military Cross awarded, 3rd June 1918, to Capt. David Dempster, M.B., 
R.A.M.C., Sp. Res., attd. l/7th Bn. R. Highlanders. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. As Medical Officer of the 
Battalion, this Officer has on all occasions fulfilled his duties in the most gallant 
and efficient manner, and has on many occasions tended the wounded under 
shell and machine-gun fire, showing no regard for his personal safety. His 
excellent supervision of sanitary arrangements, both in and out of the trenches, 
his untiring energy and tactful manner have done much to preserve the health 
and maintain the fighting efficiency of the battalion. This Officer has been 
M.O. of the battalion since April 1917. 

* Dick, David, 1914. Private, 14th, later Sec. Lieut., 3rd Spec. Res., 

Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. 

Dick, William, B.Sc. 1905. Engineer, Central Argentine Railway, 
Argentine Republic. Private, Motor Transport, R.A.S.C. 
Gunner, 58th Ammunition Column, H.A., and 101st Siege 
Battery, Ammunition Column. 

t Dickey, Rev. Robert James Steele, 1902. Minister, Beath Parish. 
Acting Captain, 6 A. Res. Bde., R.F.A. Later Captain, R.G.A. 



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* Dickinson, William Croft, 1915, M.C. Lieut., Machine Gun Corps. 

Awarded the Military Cross for conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty 
when in charge of two machine-guns. Having got them forward into an 
advanced position, with great skill he remained behind and covered the retire- 
ment of his battalion. Later, when both his guns were knocked out, he took 
over two more and brought them into action, exposing himself with utter 
fearlessness and great gallantry, and encouraging his teams under intense shell- 
fire, although the enemy were only twenty yards away. His devotion saved 
his battalion many losses. (9th Jan. 1918.) 

Dickson, Frederick James Rae, 1912. Lieut., 7th The Black 
Watch. 

Dickson, Norman Drummond, 1910. Sec. Lieut., 3/2nd Highland 
Brigade, R.G.A. 

Dickson, Robert Milne, M.B., Ch.B. 1906, M.D. Captain, Acting 
Major, R.A.M.C. Mentioned in Sir D. Haig's Despatches, 1st 
January 1916. 

* Dickson, Robert William, 1914. Lieut., 10th The Black Watch. 
Dill, Marcus Graham, 1899, M.D. Bt.-Major, R.A.M.C. 

* Dingwall, Archibald, 1911, M.C. Lieut., 6th The Royal Scots 

Fusiliers. 

Awarded the Military Cross for conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty 
during an attack. He handled his company with the greatest ability and 
resolution, keeping direction and reaching his objective under heavy enfilade 
fire from machine-gun and rifles. During the advance he was most active 
and fearless in constantly reconnoitring the ground to his front, and was 
entirely responsible for keeping the platoons in the right direction. He was 
severely wounded through the shoulder. On all occasions he has shown 
himself to be a cool, reliable, and gallant officer. (9th January 1918.) 

* Dingwall, George Corbet, 1909. Quartermaster and Honorary 

Captain, 28th North-West Battn., Saskatchewan Regiment, 2nd 
Canadian Division. 

Dixon, Thomas Arthur, M.D. 1897. Lieut. -Colonel, R.A.M.C. 
Ret. President of the Travelling Medical Board in the Scottish 
Command. \±? 

Dobbie, David Walter, M.A. 1914. Teacher, Forfar. Private, 14th 
Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. 

t Donaldson, James, M.A. 1899, M.B., Ch.B. Captain, R.A.M.C. 
See Roll of Honour. 

* Donaldson, James, 1910. Corporal, Spec. Bn., Chem. Sec, R.E. 

Douglas, John Leonard, 1916. Signaller, 11th The Gordon 
Highlanders. 



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Douglas, William, M.A. 1909, B.Phil., B.D. Professor of English, 
The Scottish Churches' College, Calcutta. Volunteer, The Calcutta 
Scottish. 

Douglas -Irvine, Edward Percy, 1904, M.C. Acting Captain, 
R.F.A. 

The Military Cross awarded, 25th August 1917, to Temp. Lieut. Edward 
Percy Douglas-Irvine, General List, late Royal Artillery. For conspicuous 
gallantry and devotion to duty. He has shown marked ability and initiative 
under fire. On one occasion he volunteered to find out the enemy's position by 
riding forward and drawing his fire. His courage and zeal have been most 
marked. 

Mentioned in Sir Stanley Maude's Despatches, 15th August 1917. 

Douglas -Irvine, Helen, M.A. 1903. Clerk, Scottish Women's 
Hospital, Serbia. 

* Doull, James, 1914. Lieut., 8th The Gordon Highlanders. Men- 

tioned in Sir D. Haig's Despatches, 24th May 1918. 

Dove, Jacob Henry, M.B., Ch.B. 1916. Captain, R.A.M.C. 

* Dow, Alastair, 1911. Lieut., 2/4th The Queen's Own Cameron 

Highlanders. See Roll of Honour. 

t Dow, David Rutherford, M.B., Ch.B. 1911. Demonstrator of 
Anatomy, St. Andrews. (S.) Lieut., R.AM.C. M.O. Training 
Depot Station, R.A.F. 

Dow, George Alexander, M.A. 1912. English Master, Hamilton 
Academy. Lance-Corporal, 10th Argyll and Sutherland High- 
landers. Lieut, and Musketry Officer, 4th Royal Scots Fusiliers. 

Dow, James Robertson, M.A. 1903, B.Sc. Science and Mathematics 
Master, Johnstone H.G. School. Sec. Lieut., 8th South Lanca- 
shire Regt. See Roll of Honour. 

f Dow, Rev. John, M.A. 1886. Minister at Knockbain. Chaplain, 
1st Class, T.F., attached 4th (Ross Highland) Seaforth High- 
landers, T.F. 
Dow, William, M.A. 1912. Sec. Lieut., 9th The Black Watch. See 
Roll of Honour. 

* Drummond, John, 1916. Sec. Lieut., Grenadier Guards. 

Duff, Walter Leonard Clark, 1907. Captain, R.F.A., Spec. Res. 

Duke, Rev. Ernest Hamilton, M.A. 1895. Parish Minister at 
Middlebie. Chaplain to Forces, 4th Class, attached to The 
Gordons, 3rd Division. 



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Duncan, David Alexander, M.A. 1911. Y.M.C.A., with 37th 
Division. 

f*DuNCAN, David Christie, M.A. 1911. Master of Science, 
Dunfermline High School. Trooper, 2/lst Fife and Forfar 
Yeomanry. Transferred to Training Res. Battn., then to 2/4th 
Seaforth Highlanders, thence 2/3rd The Scottish Horse. 

Duncan, Rev. George Simpson, 1913, M. A., B. A., B.D., O.B.E. Now 

Professor of Biblical Criticism. Chaplain to the Forces, 4th 
Class ; attached to G.H.Q., B.E.F., France. Appointed Officer of 
the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire, 1919. Mentioned 
in Sir D. Haig's Despatches, 4th January 1917 and 30th December 
1918. 
Duncan, James Ogilvie, M.A. 1903, LL.B. Solicitor, Dundee. 
Captain, 4th The Black Watch. Draft Conducting Officer. 
Staff-Lieut., 2nd Class, Railway Traffic Officer. 

* Duncan, John Henry, M.A. 1915. Gunner, R.F.A. Sec. Lieut, 

General List. Education Officer, No. 2 R.F.A. Cadet School. 

Duncan, Robert, M.A. 1914. Teacher, Dundee. Private, 3rd The 

Royal Scots. Sergeant, R.A.F. 
Duncan, William Gardiner, M.A. 1907. Teacher of Classics, 

Morgan Academy. Sec. Lieut., R.A.F.. See Roll of Honour. 

* Dunlop, Alexander Gunn, 1908. Acting Captain and Adjutant, 

R.A.S.C. Mentioned in Sir G. F. Milne's Despatches, 21st July 

1917. 
Dunn, John, B.Sc 1889, T.D. Headmaster, Science Department, 

Morgan Academy, Dundee. Hon. Major and Quartermaster, 

Transport Officer, 3rd High. F. Amb. ; posted to Special Military 

Surgical Hospital, Newcastle, R.A.M.C, T.F. Mentioned in Sir 

D. Haig's Despatches, 24th Dec. 1917. 
Durward, Rev. Charles, M.A. 1871, B.D., D.D. Chaplain, General 

Military Hospital, Glasgow. Attached 2nd Highland Brigade, 

R.F.A., T.F. 
Durward, Colin Thorburn, 1902. Lieut., [8th The Royal Scots. 

Served with Res. Bn. 

* Dyson, Charles Bertram, 1914. Lieut., R.A.M.C, Spec. Res. 

Surgeon-Probationer, R.N. 



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* Easson, David, 1914. Lieut., 19th The London Regiment. See 

Roll of Honour. 

* Edwards, Alan Robertson, M.A. 1916. Private, 3rd Seaforth High- 

landers. Pioneer, Spec. Bn., Chem. Sec, R.E. 

* Edwards, Howard Scott, 1916. Corporal, R.G.A. Discharged 

invalided. 

* Elder, George Fyte, 1914. Pioneer, Spec. Bn., Chem. Sec, R.E. 

* Elder, James, 1911. Captain, 13th, attd. 5th, Royal Scots. See 

Roll of Honour. 

* Elder, John, M.A. 1916, M.C. Corp., 11th The Black Watch. 

Sec. Lieut., 20th The Manchester Regiment. 

The Military Cross awarded, 9th December 1919, to Sec. Lieut. J. Elder 
for conspicuous gallantry and good leading on the 23rd October 1918, during 
the attack on Pommereuil. He led his platoon to his objective in spite of heavy 
enemy resistance and machine-gun fire. The attack was carried out in the dark 
over difficult country. 

* Elder, Robert Webster, 1917. Cadet, Off. Cad. Bn., Infantry. 

Elgood, Leonard Alsager, 1912, O.B.E., M.C. Lieut., 5th The 
Black Watch. Acting Captain, Labour Corps. 

Awarded the Military Cross for excellent work when in charge of a working 
party clearing away wire previous to the attack, on 9th May 1915, near Rouges 
Bancs. For four nights his party worked in spite of machine-gun and rifle fire, 
and in the last night continued to work all night although suffering heavy 
casualties. (24th July 1915.) 

Appointed an Officer of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire, 
June 1919. 

Mentioned in Sir John French's Despatches, 22nd June 1915, and Sir D. 
Haig's, 9th May 1916 and 9th July 1919. 

* Elgood, William Nelson, B.Sc 1912, M.C. Acting Captain, R.E. 

The Military Cross awarded, 14th January 1916, to Lieutenant William 
Nelson Elgood, 69th Company Royal Engineers. 

Commanded the section which successfully erected a barricade under very 
heavy rifle fire, and which was continually at work for 36 hours out of 44. 

Mentioned in Sir John French's Despatches, 1st January 1916, and in 
Sir G. F. Milne's Caucasus Despatches, 22nd May 1920. 

f Everard, Hugo Erskine, 1900. Staff-Captain, Railway Transport, 
H.Q., Northern Command. 

* Ewing, Robert Ross, M.A. 1912. Lieut., 61st King George's Own 

Pioneers, Indian Expeditionary Force, East Africa. Captain, 
Indian Army. >e£gr 

* Ewing, Vyvyan Stewart, 1915. Sec Lieut., 5th Lancashire Fusiliers. 

T.F. Res. 



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Fairlie, Andrew Polson, 1915. Private, No. 1. Malta Coy., R.A.M.C. 

* Fairweather, Albert James Ivor, 1916. Lieut., Labour Corps, 

Light Railways. 

* Falconer, James Rankin, 1912. Sec. Lieut., Highland Light In- 

fantry. See Roll of Honour. 

* Farquharson, James, 1912. Lieut., Argyll and Sutherland High- 

landers. See Roll of Honour. 

Farquharson, Ronald Mathewson, 1912. Corporal, Despatch Rider 
(Motor Cycle), Lancashire Yeomanry. 

* Fenton, Douglas Annand, M.A. 1912. Captain, 3rd Spec. Res., attd. 

2nd, The Cameronians. See Roll of Honour. 

* Ferguson, Andrew Whitson, 1917. Cadet, Off. Cad. Bn., Infantry. 

* Ferguson, James, M.B., Ch.B. 1918. Lieut., R.A.F, Med. Ser. 

Ferguson, John Granville Waldegrave, M.A. 1908. Lecturer in 
Philosophy and English, Aligarh College, India. Sec. Lieut., 
M.G.C., trans, to Tank Corps. Prisoner of War, March 1918. 
Repatriated Dec. 1918. 

f Fergusson, James Thomson, M.A. 1895, B.Sc. Mathematical Master, 
Montrose Academy. Cadet, Inns of Court O.T.C. and Off. Cad. 
Unit, R.G.A. 

* Fern, Andrew Chalmers, 1917. Cadet, Off. Cad. Unit., R.G.A. 

* Ferrier, Charles Duncan, M.A. 1915. Lieut., 10th, attd. 1st Sea- 

forth Highlanders. Staff-Captain, India H.Q., Q.M.G. Branch. 

* Findlay, William Grieve Reid, M.A. 1911. Asst. Classical Master, 

High Sch., Stirling. Captain, 11th Highland Light Infantry. 
Education Officer, 3rd H.L.I. 

* Finnigan, Andrew Aloysius, 1915, M.C. Captain, 3rd Spec. Res. 

Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, attd. 1/4-th Seaforth High- 
landers. 

Awarded the Military Cross. He led his men forward most gallantly in an 
attack, and gained an advanced position, which he held. He then took com- 
mand of a company, which he handled with skill, and showed by his fearless 
behaviour a fine example to his men throughout the operations, (loth Oct. 
1918.) 



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* Fisher, Douglas, 1912, M.B., Ch.B. Capt. (Acting Major), 69th Fd. 
Ambulance, R.A.M.C. Mentioned in the Earl of Cavan's De- 
spatches, 6th Jan. 1919. 

Fisher, George Smith, M.A. 1913. Sergeant, 7th Argyll and 
Sutherland Highlanders. 

t Fleming, Charles Alexander, M.A. 1889. P.W.D.,India. Executive 
Engineer, Punjab, Ret. Y.M.C.A., with Troops in Egypt and 
Syria. See Roll of Honour. 



# 



Fleming, Norman Bell Beattie, M.B., Ch.B. 1916. Captain, 
R.A.M.C., Spec. Res. 

Fletcher, Beaumont, 1890. Lance-Corporal, The Royal Sussex 
Regiment. See Roll of Honour. 

Foggie, William Edward, M.A., M.D., D.S.O. Lecturer in Diseases of 
the Skin. (S.) Lieut-Col., 3rd High. Fd. Arab., R.A.M.C. 

The Distinguished Service Order awarded 3rd June 1918. 

For consistent and reliable work over a period of 34- months. During the 
whole of this time Lt.-Colonel Foggie had commanded the l/3rd Highland Field 
Ambulance in France, and throughout has devoted himself with remarkable 
diligence and care to his command. He is an officer to whom one can entrust 
any duty, however dangerous, with the utmost confidence that it will be 
thoroughly and conscientiously carried out. He is ever ready with his help, 
and by his quiet yet firm demeanour he has raised his ambulance to the highest 
pitch of efficiency. 

Mentioned in Sir D. Haig's Despatches, 25th May 1918. 

Forbes, Rev. Alexander Hay, M.A. 1904, B.D., M.C. Parish Minister 
at Cawdor. Chaplain to Forces, 3rd Class. Sen. Chaplain, 
39th Div. Four years in France and Flanders. 

Awarded the Military Cross for conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty 
in working amongst the wounded under heavy hostile shelling, and rifle and 
machine-gun fire. He led forward a party of stretcher-bearers, and was of the 
greatest assistance in evacuating the wounded. His great gallantry was most 
marked on a day when many gallant deeds were done. [26th Sept. 1917, Third 
Battle of Ypres.] (9th Jan. 1918.) 

Forbes, Donald John, M.B., Ch.B. 1910. Surgeon, Royal Naval 
Reserve. 

Forbes, Rev. William Augustus, M.A. 1902, B.D. Parish Minister 
at North Ronaldshay. Chaplain to Forces, 4th Class. With 52nd 
M.G.C. in France, and H.M.H.S. Valdivia, Mediterranean and 
Aegean. 

D 



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f Forgan, Rev. James Rea, M.A. 1898. U.F. Minister at Uddingston. 
Chaplain to Forces, 4th Class. 10/1 lth Highland Light Infantry, 
15th Div., Flanders and Somme, 1916. 

* Forrester, John Blyth Campbell, 1914. Chief Petty Officer, 

R.N.V.R. 

* Forret, David James, 1911. Sec. Lieut., The King's Own Scottish 

Borderers. See Roll of Honour. 

* Forsyth, Ian M c Millan, M.A. 1914. Sec. Lieut., 12th Royal Scots. 

Lieut. (Act. Capt.), M.G.C. 

Foulston, Rev. William Walter, B.D. 1895. Congregational 
Minister, Aylesbury. Chaplain to Forces, 4th Class, attd. 9th 
London Regt. during great advance from Amiens, 1918. 

* Fowlie, James Lawrence, 1913. Lieut., Highland Light Infantry. 

See Roll of Honour. 

* Fraser, Angus Cameron Mackenzie, M.A. 1914. Captain, 4th Coy., 

High. Div. Train, R.A.S.C, T.F. 

* Fraser, James Penny, 1917. Cadet, Off. Cad. Bn., Infantry. 

Fraser, Louise Elizabeth, 1910. Dresser, Scottish Women's 
Hospital, Serbia. Attached R.A.M.C. Service in Malta and 
Salonika. 

* Fraser, William Aldridge, B.Sc. 1915, M.B., Ch.B., M.C. Captain, 

R.A.M.C., Spec. Res. 

The Military Cross awarded, 7th Nov. 1918, to Lieut. William Aldridge 
Fraser, M.B., R.A.M.C, Sp. Res., attd. l/5th Battn. Argyll and Sutherland 
Hlrs. 

For marked courage and untiring zeal at Beugneaux, 29th July-lst August 
1918, carrying out his duties under heavy artillery and machine-gun fire. He 
inspired all his staff by his energy in organising parties to bring in wounded, 
thereby saving many lives. 

Awarded the French Croix de Guerre with Gold Star, 29th July 1918. 

Friedenthal, Ferdinand, M.A. 1907. Teacher, Cowdenbeath. 
Private, R.A.S.C. 

* Fulton, Angus Anderson, 1917. Cadet, Off. Cad. Bn., R.E. 

Fulton, Angus Robertson, B.Sc. 1907. Lecturer in Engineering. (S.) 
Major, R.A.F. 



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Fyffe, David Roger, 1912. Petty Officer, Armoured Car Brigade, 
Royal Naval Air Service, Dardanelles. 

Gauldie, Kenneth, B.Sc. 1905. Lieut., 8th The Black Watch. 
Acting Lieut., R.E. Mentioned in Sir D. Haig's Despatches, 7th 
July 1919. 

Geddes, Alastair, 1910. Flight Sub. -Lieut., Royal Naval Air 
Service. 

Gibb, George, B.Sc. 1910. Sapper, Canadian Engineers, C.E.F. 

f Gibson, Alexander Robertson, M.A. 1905. Captain, Quartermaster, 
13th Canadian Infantry Battalion, Royal Highlanders of Canada. 

Gibson, Arnold Hartley, D.Sc. Professor of Engineering. (S.) 
Captain, City of Dundee Battery, 2nd Highland Brigade, R.F.A. 
Attached Royal Aircraft Establishment as Officer in charge of 
Aero Engine Research. 

Gibson, Rev. Arthur John Howison, M.A. 1907, B.D. Parish 
Minister at St. Stephen's, Inverness. Lieut., 2nd Lovat's Scouts, 
Yeomanry. Posted to 10th Cameron Highlanders. 

Gibson, James Burton, M.A. 1911. Private, 6th Hauraki New 
Zealand Expeditionary Force. See Roll of Honour. 

Gibson, James Carnegie, 1912. Clerk, R.A.S.C. 

f Gibson, Laurence James Douglas, M.A., B.Sc. 1900. Captain, 
H.Q. Coy., 2nd Lond. Div. Train, R.A.S.C, T.F. 

Gillespie, Archibald, 1898, M.B., Ch.B., M.D. Captain, R.A.M.C. 

* Gillespie, Charles, B.Sc. 1914. Sec. Lieut., 4th Highland Light 
Infantry. See Roll of Honour. 

Gillespie, David, M.B., Ch.B. 1908, M.D., M.C. Captain, R.A.M.C. 

Awarded the. Military Cross for conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
During recent operations he did most useful work in tending wounded and 
arranging for their removal under fire. The work was often done under heavy 
machine-gun fire at medium range. His coolness and fine example greatly 
contributed to successful evacuation being carried out. (26th July 1918.) 

t Gillespie, Thomas, M.A. 1899, LL.B., W.S. Solicitor, Alberta, 
Canada. Gunner, R.G.A. (Anti- Aircraft Section). Captain and 
Adjutant, R.G.A., Spec. Res., Palestine. Mentioned in Sir E. H. 
H. Allenby's Despatches, 5th June 1919. 



I Gillies, Rev. James, B.Sc. 1887, M.A., B.D. Parish Minister at 
Lesmahagow. Chaplain to Forces, 3rd Class. Mediterranean 
Expeditionary Force. Mentioned in Sir A. J. Murray's Despatches, 
6th July 1917. With 52nd Div., Gallipoli and Egypt. Mined 
at Crete on H.M.S. Minnewaska, and torpedoed off Savona in 
H.M.S. Translyvania. 

* Glen, Alexander, M.A. 1914, M.C. Lieut., 14th, attd. 1st, Argyll 

and Sutherland Highlanders. Captain, 8th The Black Watch. 

The Military Cross awarded to T/Lt. (A/Capt.) Alexander Glen, 8th Bn. 
Royal Highlanders. 

At Meteren on the 19th July 1918, when the flank of the battalion attack 
was checked and severe casualties among the officers occurred, Captain Glen, 
who was commanding a company in reserve, immediately reorganised the 
N.C.O.'s and men of the assaulting and supporting companies, in spite of an 
intense fire of all descriptions. Owing to his coolness and judgment, the line 
was maintained throughout the day, and any reaction on the part of the 
enemy was prevented. 

Glenny, David Johnston, 1912. Lieut., 9th The Black Watch. 
Lieut., the New Armies. Serving under the Colonial Office. 

Goldie, Archibald Hayman Robertson, M.A. 1910, B.A. (Camb.). 
Acting Captain, Meteorological Section, R.E. Mentioned in Sir 
D. Haig's Despatches, 4th January 1917 and 23rd Dec. 1918. 

Gordon, Bradford Leslie, B.Sc. 1909, M.C. Captain, attd. 1st 
Yorkshire Light Infantry. Serving with the R.A.O.D. 

The Military Cross awarded, 1st Jan. 1917, to Lieut. Bradford Leslie Gordon, 
9th Bn. King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry. 

For distinguished service, especially on the Somme front on 1st and 2nd 
July, when he brought his battalion out of action. He displayed great resource 
and courage, and was wounded. 

* Gordon, Francis Cadogan, 1909. Captain, 5th The Manchester 

Regiment. Staff-Lieut., 2nd Class. Railway Traffic Officer. 

Gordon, George Henry, 1905, M.C.\ Capt., 2nd Gordon Highlanders. 
Aide-de-Camp, Personal Staff. \dgr 

The Military Cross awarded, 14th January 1916, to Lieut. George Henry 
Gordon, 2nd Gordon Highlanders. 

During operations near Hulluch, 25th to 28th September, commanded his 
company with great ability after the company commander had been killed. He 
subsequently led the reinforcements to the advanced line, and after its with- 
drawal showed great skill in organising the men to meet the hostile counter- 
attack. 

Awarded La Croce al Merito di Guerra, Jan. 1919. 

Mentioned in Sir D. Haig's Despatches, 1st Jan. 1916, and the Earl of 
Cavan's Despatches, 6th January 1919. 



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* Gordon, Lawrence Ayscough, 1911, M.C. Motor Cyclist, R.N.A.S. 

Sec. Lieut., Machine Gun Officer, 6th Yorkshire Regiment, Lieut. 
(Acting Captain), M.G.C., Infantry. 

The Military Cross awarded to Temp. Sec. Lieut. Lawrence Ayscough 
Gordon, York. Regiment, attached Machine-Gun Company, for conspicuous 
gallantry in action. Although wounded, he handled his machine-guns with 
marked ability, and remained with his team for 48 hours. He has on several 
previous occasions done fine work. (3rd March 1917.) 

Mentioned in Sir D. Haig's Despatches, 25th May 1918. 

Gow, Peter Fleming, M.A. 1905, M.B., Ch.B., D.S.O. Captain, 
I.M.S. Expeditionary Force. Staff- Surgeon, H.Q., 1st Indian 
Army Corps, Mesopotamia, ^gr 

Awarded the Distinguished Service Order for conspicuous gallantry and 
devotion to duty ; notably when he took one end of a stretcher after three 
bearers had been hit, and brought in a wounded officer. (24th June 1916.) 

Mentioned in Sir John French's Despatches, 22nd June 1915, and Sir Stanley 
Maude's, 15th August 1917. 

Grace, Charles Lindesay Playfair, 1910. Lieut. (Acting Captain), 
The Highland Cyclist Batt. 

* Graham, John Reid, won a Bursary, 1916. Enlisted R.N.A.S. 

Lieut., 8th Highland Light Infantry. 

Graham, Robert James Douglas, M.A. 1904, D.Sc. Economic 
Botanist, Nagpur, India. Lieut., Nagpur Rifles. Circle Officer on 
the Euphrates. Lieutenant-Colonel, Indian Army, and Assistant 
Director of Agriculture for Mesopotamia. Mentioned in Sir W. 
Marshall's Despatches, 21st Feb. 1919. 

Graham, William Thomson, 1904, M.B., Ch.B., O.B.E. Captain, 
R.A.M.C, Persian Expeditionary Force. Appointed 1 an Officer 
of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire, June 1919. 
Mentioned in Sir P. Lake's Despatches, 19th Oct. 1916, and in 
Sir E. H. H. Allenby's, 5th June 1919. 

* Grant, Alfred Alexander, 1909. Lieut., 3rd F.S.B. (Sound- 

Rangers), R.E. 

* Grant, George Murray, M.B., Ch.B. 1915. Captain, R.A.M.C. 
Grant, Gilbert Airth, 1910, M.C. Lieut., 5th The Black Watch. 

Serving under the Colonial Office, as Subaltern, 4th Regiment, 
The King's African Rifles. 

The Military Cross awarded, 14th Jan. 1916, to 2nd Lieut. Gilbert Airth 
Grant, l/5th Black Watch. 

Has shown excellent control of his platoon since the battalion arrived in 
Northern France in November 1914. On 9th May at Rouges Bancs he performed 
many acts of gallantry, and showed exceptional coolness under heavy fire, 
keeping his platoon together and getting wounded under cover. 

Mentioned in Sir John French's Despatches, 1st Jan. 1916. 



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Grant, John Peter, B.Sc. 1900, M.B., Ch.B. Captain, South African 
Medical Corps. 

Grant, Norman Airth, 1911. Lieut. (Acting Captain), 5th The Black 
Watch. ' 

* Gray, James, M.A. 1911. Lieut., Captain, 4th Coy., Highland 

Division, R.A.S.C. Mentioned in Sir D. Haig's Despatches, 
25th May 1918. 

* Gray, John Morris, 1914. Fitter, Gunner, 217th Siege By., R.G.A. 
Gray, William B., 1907. Captain, 4th The Black Watch., T.F. 

* Green, Arthur. Ex-Instructor, St. Andrews University Officers 

Training Corps. (S.) C.S.M., King's Own Scottish Borderers. 

Green, Frederick Charles, M.A. 1913, M.C. Enlisted 11th Scottish 

Rifles. Sec. Lieut, (spec, appt.), R.G.A. Heavy By., comdg. 

Trench Mortar By. Captain, Intelligence Officer, 19th Corps, at 

Div. H.Q., at Corps H.Q., and since the Armistice, at Gen. H.Q., 

British Army of the Rhine. 

The Military Cross was awarded, 1st January 1918, to Captain F. C. Green, 
for personal gallantry and devotion to duty. During the time that Captain Green 
was with the 31st Division it took part in several small offensive operations, and 
in the great defensive operations to check the German advance on Amiens and ' 
subsequently in their advance through Bailleul, for which the Division was 
specially mentioned twice by the Field-Marshal. During these very trying 
times Captain Green never spared himself, and behaved with great gallantry, 
freely risking his life in his efforts to obtain information about the enemy's 
intentions. On more than one occasion he exposed himself to very great 
danger in examining prisoners, immediately on their capture, moving up close 
to the firing-line during these attacks, thereby obtaining the most important 
information, which contributed to the success of the Division in staying the 
enemy's advance. 

* Greene, Herbert, 1915, M.C. with Bar. Lieut., R.G.A. ^ 

Awarded the Military Cross for conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
He accompanied a raiding party, having volunteered to act as guide. When 
the officer in charge fell into a lake, he took command and led the party to its 
objective. Finding this unoccupied, he pushed on to some dug-outs, which he 
thoroughly bombed, and shot one of the enemy himself. He was slightly 
wounded in the head during the operations, but continued to direct the party. 
(24th Sept. 1918.) 

A Bar to the Military Cross awarded to Lieut. Herbert Greene, M.C, 154th 
Siege By., R.G.A. 

For gallantry and devotion to duty. At Bergwick, at about 16.30 5/11/18, 
this Officer was in charge of a column of the battery, guns being drawn by 
caterpillars. The enemy put down a burst shell, getting a direct hit on one of 
the caterpillars, setting it alight. This Officer took charge of the situation, got 
the remaining caterpillars out of danger, helped to uncouple the gun pieces 
from the burning caterpillar, and assisted by a sergeant and thejdrivers he got 
them clear. His coolness and energy, coupled with a strong sense of duty, 
saved a situation which might have become very dangerous. The enemy 
continued shelling throughout the proceedings. 



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Greenfield, James, 1904. Private, 14th Argyll and Sutherland 
Highlanders. Discharged invalided. 

Greig, David Middleton, M.B., CM., Lecturer in Clinical Surgery. 
(S.) Major, T.D., Med. Officer, City of Dundee Battery, 2nd High- 
land Brigade, R.F.A., late Surgeon, Medical Staff, R.A.M.C., T.F. 

* Greig, Donald Stewart, 1916. Private, Lovafs Scouts, transferred 

to 10th Cameron Highlanders. 

f Grierson, Rev. John, M.A. 1890, B.D. Presbyterian Minister at 
Plymouth. Hon. Chaplain to the Forces, 2nd Class. Repre- 
sentative of the Presbyterian Church of England on the Inter- 
denominational Advisory Committee of the War Office on 
Chaplaincy Services. 

Hall, George, 1912. Acting Paymaster, War Office. Lieut., 11th 
The London Regiment (Finsbury Rifles). Sec. Lieut., R.A.F. 

* Halley, George Stiven, 1916. Sec. Lieut., 1st The Hampshire 

Regiment. Prisoner of War. Repatriated Dec. 1918. 

* Hamilton, Rev. George Wilson, M.A. 1913. Sec. Lieut, R.A.S.C. 

Served in France, Egypt, and Palestine. 

* Harkins, Alexander Hayward, 1915. Surgeon Probationer. Royal 

Navy. 

f Harley, James Glen, M.A. 1908. Y.M.C.A, with Indian Expedi- 
tionary Force, France. Sec. Lieut., 90th Siege By., R.G.A., Spec. 
Res. 

Harley, Norman, 1911. Lieut., 4th The Black^Watch. Employed. 
Indian Army Reserve of Officers. 

* Harley, Robert Bruce, B.Sc. 1917. Captain, 3rd Spec. Res. The 

Cameronians. 1st Res. Garr. Bn. Highland Light Infantry. 

■j- Harper, George, M.A. 1890. Teacher, Drumblade P.Sch., Huntly. 
Sergeant, 7th Gordon Highlanders. 

* Headrick, Robert, M.A. 1914. Sec. Lieut., 12th The Cameronians. 

Relinquished his commission on account of ill-health ; granted 
rank of Lieutenant. 



* Henderson, Charles Robert, 1916. Lieut. R.A.F. 



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•j" Henderson, Rev. David Ramsay, M.A. 1889, T.D. Parish Minister 
at Lecropt. Chaplain to Forces, 1st Class, Lieut.-Col., T.F., 
attd. 6th The Black Watch. 

* Henderson, Frederick William, M.A. 1905. Professor of English, 

Madras Christian College. Sec. Lieut., Cavalry Reserve Regiment, 

India. Acting Capt., R.G.A., Staff-Captain, Corps Heavy Artillery. 
Henderson, George, B.Sc. 1916. Pioneer, Spec. Bn., Chem. Sec, R.E. 
Henderson, Henry Yorke Graham, 1913. Lieut. (Acting 

Captain), 14th Highland Light Infantry. Prisoner of War. 

Repatriated Dec. 1918. 
Henderson, James Richard, 1906. Sec. Lieut., 4th The Black 

Watch. 

* Henderson, James Sharp, 1917. Accepted for Cadet Unit, Infantry, 

at date of Armistice. 

* Henderson, Leigh Hunt, 1916. Sec. Lieut., R.G.A., Spec. Res. 

* Henderson, Thomas Anderson, 1912, M.C. Lieut., 10th, attd. 2nd, 

The Black Watch. 

The Military Cross awarded, 22nd December 1916, to 2nd Lieut. T. A. 
Henderson, 2nd Black Watch. 

Sheikh Salad, 7th January 1916. For tenacity of purpose and devotion to 
duty in action on 7th January. After being wounded severely in the shoulder, he 
continued to urge on his men, and by his dash consolidated the right of our line. 

On 21st January, at action of El Orah, he led his company into action and 
reached the Turkish trenches in safety. He captured two machine-guns, and 
directed the fire of one on to the retreating Turks. He was the only officer in 
the battalion to come through unwounded, and he was left in command of a 
very difficult position. 

Awarded the Order of St. Vladimir, 4th Class with Swords, May 1917. 

Mentioned in Sir Percy Lake's Despatches on Relief of Kut, 19th October 1916. 

Served also in Egypt, Palestine, Syria. 

* Henderson, Thomas Lyall, M.B., Ch.B. 1915. Captain, R.A.M.C. 
Henderson, William Alexander, 1894. Captain, Argyll and Suther- 
land Highlanders. See Roll of Honour. 

* Henry, Robert Alexander, 1911. Lieut., R.G.A., Spec. Res. Sec. 

Lieut. (Hon. Lieut.), R.A.F. Prisoner of War in Germany. 
Repatriated Dec. 1918. 
Henry, William Gaudie, B.Sc. 1917, M.C. L-Corpl., First Glasgow 
Coy., R.E., T.F. Acting Captain, R.E. 

The Military Cross awarded, 1st January 1918, to T/Lieut. William Gaudie 
Henry, R.E., attd. 132nd A.T. Coy. 

For exceptional good service at all times ; especially for the zeal and energy 
displayed in carrying through urgent water services and bridge construction in 
forward positions under shell-fire during the Arras operations, March to June 
1917. 



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f Herb, Walter, M.A. 1908, LL.B., M.C. Solicitor, Kirkcaldy. 
Captain, 7th The Black Watch. 

The Military Cross awarded, January 1918, to Captain Walter Herd, l/7th 
Bn. Royal Highlanders. 

For devotion to duty and continuous good work during the past 24 months. 
This Officer as a company commander has been of the greatest possible service 
to the battalion. He has at all times displayed the greatest gallantry, sound 
judgment, and devotion to duty, and is a most efficient and reliable Officer, 
who could always be trusted to carry out any operations in the best possible 
manner. 

Herring, Percy Theodore, M.D. Chandos Professor of Physiology. 
(S.) Civil Medical Practitioner, 4th Scottish General Hospital, 
Stobhill, Glasgow. Associate Member, Chemical Warfare Com- 
mittee. 

* Hewitt, James Arthur, B.Sc. 1912. Assistant Lecturer in Physio- 

logy. (S.) Lieut., R.F. A. Staff-Captain, R. A., Chemical Adviser, 
Southern Command. Major, R.A., Chemical Adviser, H.Q., 
Western Command. 

•j-*Hill, Colin Cecil Pitcairn, M.A. 1913. Captain, 11th The Royal 
Scots. 

Hillhouse, Alexander Davidson, 1912. Sergeant, Scottish Horse, 
Yeomanry. 

Hirst, Edmund Langley, 1914. Pioneer, Spec. Bn., Chem. Sec, RE. 

Hobhouse, Arthur, 1902. Lieut., R.A.S.C. 

Hodge, Agnes Galloway, M.A. 1913. Nurse, V.A.D. Three years 
in Military Hospitals, France. 

Hogg, William Macrae, M.A. 1910. Teacher, Kingussie H.G. 
School. Private, 10th Royal Scots. Sergeant on departure for 
Archangel. Invalided home. 

t Hoile, Henry John, M.A. 1896, M.B., Ch.B. Medical Practitioner, 
Montrose. Captain, R.A.M.C, Egypt and Macedonia. 

f Holcroft, William Francis Lucius Austen, 1892, M.B. Captain, 
So. Afric. Med. Corps. Attached South African Mounted Rifles. 

Hood, Andrew Smith, B.Sc. 1913. Lieut., 1st City of Dundee 
Fortress Engineers, R.E. See Roll of Honour. 

* Hood, Charles, 1916. Corporal, 7th Argyll and Sutherland High- 

landers. See Roll of Honour. 



58 ST. ANDREWS UNIVERSITY 



* Hovell, David, 1913. Corporal, Gas N.C.O., 4th Highland Light 

Infantry. 

Hume Willtam Dingwall, M.A. 1905. Private, 28th The London 
Regiment (Artists Rifles). Lieut., 9th The Cameronians. 

f Hunt, Rev. James Malcolm, 1889. Minister, Church of Scotland, 
Belize, Brit. Honduras. Gunner, R.F.A. Sergeant, Sec. Lieut., 
R.G.A., Spec. Res. Acting Lieut.-Col., Labour Group. 

* Hunter, David Ainslie, 1909. 19th Canadian Contingent, Army 

Service Corps. 

* Hunter, Hugh Stirrat, 1913. Hon. Lieut, and Quartermaster, 

5th The Black Watch. 

Hunter, John, 1917. Cadet Wing, Sec. Lieut., R.A.F. 

Hunter, John Henderson, M.B., Ch.B. 1903, D.P.H., M.C. Captain 
(Acting Major), 3rd High. Field Amb., R.A.M.C. 

Awarded the Military Cross for conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty 
while in charge of advanced dressing-stations, which were continually shelled. 
(19th September 1918.) 

Hunter, Thomas Wright, 1910. Captain, 9th The Black Watch. 

* Hunter, William, 1913. Captain, 10th Leicestershire Regiment, 

attd. 10th Cheshire Regiment. See Roll of Honour. 

Husrand, James William, M.A. 1905, LL.B. Solicitor, Dundee. 
Lieut., 5th The-Black Watch. Acting Captain, R.A.O.C. 

* Hutchison, Rev. James, M.A. 1915. Minister, U.F. Church, Hawick. 

Signalling Section, R.G.A., Wireless Operator. 

Inglis, Alexander, 1913. Lieut., 4th Royal Scots Fusiliers. 

Innes, Angus Hardie, 1905. Coy.-Quartermaster-Sergt., 14th The 
London Regiment (London Scottish). 

f Innes, Frederick George, 1893. Journalist. Bombardier, 210th 
Siege Battery, R.G.A. Prisoner of War on Cambrai Front, Nov. 
1917. Repatriated Dec. 1918. 

Innes, William George, M.A. 1914. Private, "C" Squadron, 2/lst 
Ayrshire Yeomanry. Corporal, 1st Royal Scots Fusiliers. 

* Ireland, William, 1917. Cadet, Off. Cad. Unit, R.G.A. 

* Irvine, James, M.B., Ch.B. 1917. Captain, R.A.M.C., Spec. Res. 



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Irvine, William James, won a Bursary, 1916. Seaman, H.M.S. Vivid. 
See Roll of Honour. 

Jack, Harry R. E., 1908. Act. Capt, R.E. Mentioned in Sir G. F. 
Milne's Despatches, 11th June 1918. 

* Jackson, Edward Fergusson, M.C. Lieut., 7th, attd. 1st, Seaforth 

Highlanders. See Roll of Honour. 

f Jameson, John Gordon, 1895, LL.B., M.P. Major, Scottish Horse, 
Yeomanry. 

Jamieson, John Wilson Moir, M.B., Ch.B. 1904. Captain, R.A.M.C, 
attached Fife and Forfar Yeomanry. 

Jamieson, William Brown, M.A. 1902. Headmaster, Dorothy W. 
Wemyss P.Sch. Pioneer, Spec. Bn., Chem. Sec, R.E. 

| Jarvis, Ernest David, M.A. 1907. Lieut, R.F.A., Spec. Res. Act- 
ing Captain, R.F.A. Mentioned in Sir Stanley Maude's De- 
spatches, 15th August 1917. Served in Mesopotamia, Persia, 
Caspian. 

* Jarvis, James Warden, M.A. 1913. Lieut., 7th King's Own Scot- 

tish Borderers. See Roll of Honour. 

Jessop, Joseph Chasser, M.A. 1915. Lieut., 7th The Black Watch. 

* Johnston, Evans Clement Stuart, 1915. Private, The Royal Scots. 

See Roll of Honour. 

Johnston, James M'Cormac Caldwell, M.B. , Ch.B. 1913. Lieut., 
R.A.M.C. See Roll of Honour. 

Johnston, Peachy Wilson, 1909, M.C. Lieut., R.F.A., Bde. Am. Col., 
2nd High. Bde., R.F.A. Adjutant, and Act. Captain. 

The Military Cross awarded, 1st January 1919, to Lieutenant (A/Captain) 
Peachy Wilson Johnston, 256th (High.) Bde., R.F.A., T.F. 

For continuous and cbnspicuous gallantry in action under enemy fire from 
25th February 1918 to 17th September 1918, and in particular during March and 
April 1918, when he successfully maintained communication and kept touch 
with the batteries, and never failed to get all orders and tactical information 
through to the battery commanders. A thoroughly capable adjutant and 
fearless officer, whose work has been outstanding. 

Johnstone, Rev. Robert, M.A. 1893, B.D. Parish Minister at 
Aberdour. Chaplain to Forces, 4th Class, France and Belgium, 
with 5th Australian Div. and 15th Div. (Scottish). 



60 ST. ANDREWS UNIVERSITY 



Jones, Rev. Edward Rowland, B.D. 1900, M.A. Parish Minister 
at St. Ninians. Private, 16th Royal Welsh Fusiliers, transf. to 
20th Northumberland Fusiliers. 

Jones, Russell Lowell, M.A. 1906. Sec. Lieut., 18th The 
Welsh Regiment. Captain, the New Armies. G.S.O., 3rd 
Grade. 

Joss, Edward James, 1909, M.M. Sec. Lieut., attd. 1st Cameron 
Highlanders. Awarded the Military Medal. 

Junks, Ernest Albert George, M.A. 1912. Classical Master, 
Dollar Academy. Air Mechanic and Wireless Operator, R.A.F. 

f*KAY, Rev. David Miller, M.A, B.Sc. 1890, B.D., D.D., D.S.O. 

Professor of Hebrew and Oriental Languages. (S.) Chaplain, 
St. Andrews University O.T.C. Chaplain to Forces, 3rd Class, 
the Mediterranean Expeditionary Force. 

The Distinguished Service Order awarded June 1917. 

For excellent work at the Front with 1st Battalion Royal Scots, and courage 
and devotion to duty. A man of considerable age, who is a splendid example to 
the younger men. 

Mentioned in Sir A. Murray's Despatches, 25th Sept. 1916, and Sir G. F. 
Milne's of 6th Dec. 1916, 21st July 1917, and 30th January 1919. 

* Keillor, John Jack, 1915. Pioneer, Spec. Bn., Chem. Sec, R.E. 

See Roll of Honour. 

* Keir, James, 1912. Lieut., 12th, attd. 1st, The Cameronians. 

Lieut., 56th Bn. Trng. Res. 

Keith, Douglas, 1908. Private, 14th The London Regiment (London 
Scottish). Sec. Lieut., R.G.A. Acting Captain in Military 
Accounts Department, Poona. 

* Keltie, Robert, M.A. 1912. Lieut., 4th Spec. Res., The Camer- 

onians. Wounded at Gallipoli. Relinquished his commission 
on account of severe wounds. 

* Kennedy, David Anderson Duncan, M.B., Ch.B. 1913, M.C. 

Captain, R.A.M.C. 

The Military Cross awarded, 3rd June 1918, to Temp. Captain David 
Anderson Duncan Kennedy, M.B., attd. 11th Bn. Rifle Brigade. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty from 20th November 1917 to 
3rd December 1917. This Officer, during the fighting between Masnieres and 
La Vacquerie, was untiring in his efforts to evacuate the wounded and organising 
his stretcher-bearers, improving means of conveyance in civilian carts, collecting 
bandages and field-dressings from the dead, and searching out suitable water- 
supply in the conquered area. Throughout this period he had to work under 
heavy shell-fire, also machine-gun fire. His fearless example was most inspiring 
to those who worked under him. The energy and initiative he showed was 
beyond praise. 



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Kennedy, John Edwin, M.A. 1913. Lieut., 8th Seaforth High- 
landers. See Roll of Honour. 

* Kennedy, John Murray Stewart, M.A. 1914. Lieut., 9th Seaforth 

Highlanders. See Roll of Honour. 

f Kennedy, Thomas Dymock, M.A. 1906, M.B., Ch.B. Capt., R.A.M.C. 
Med. Off. in charge, G.H.Q., Egypt. Mentioned in Sir A. Murray's 
Despatches, 1st Dec. 1916. 

Kerr, Charles, M.B., CM., O.B.E. Clinical Medical Tutor. (S.) 
Captain, R.A.M.C, Base Hospital, Alexandria. Captain, Acting 
Major, 1st Scottish General Hospital, R.A.M.C. Appointed 
an Officer of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire, 
June 1919. Mentioned in Sir D. Haig's Despatches, 6th June 
1917, and Sir E. H. H. Allenbys, 5th June 1919. 

| Key, John, M.A. 1900. Asst. Master, Shrewsbury School. Lieut., 
R.G.A., Spec. Res. 

Kidd, Alexander Edward, 1891, M.B., CM., D.P.H., O.B.E. 
Lieut. -Col. O/C 2/3rd High. Fd. Amb. and 33rd Stationary 
Hosp., R.A.M.C. Appointed an Officer of the Most Excellent 
Order of the British Empire, June 1919. Awarded the Order of 
St. Sava, 3rd Class (Serbia), 8th Oct. 1919 ; Gold Cross of the 
Redeemer (Greece), 15th Aug. 1918. Mentioned in Sir John 
French's Despatches, 1st Jan. 1916; Sir G. F. Milne's of 21st 
July 1917, 28th Nov. 1917, 30th Jan. 1919, and 5th June 1919. 

Kimber, John William, Physical Instructor, University College. 
(S.) Lieut., 4th The Black Watch. See Roll of Honour. 

King, David Barty, M.A. 1894, M.D., O.B.E. Medical Practitioner, 
London. Major, R.A.M.C, County of London, Horton War 
Hospital, Epsom. Appointed Officer of the Most Excellent 
Order of the British Empire, June 1919. 

* King, William Stevenson, M.B., Ch.B. 1916. Captain, R.A.M.C. 
f Kininmonth, Leonard, 1893. Acting Captain, R.E. 

* Kinnear, David Tait, 1909. Private, 15th The Royal Scots. See 

Roll of Honour. 

Kinnear, George Alexander, 1915. Lieut., 8th Argyll and Suther- 
land Highlanders. 

* Kinnear, John, M.B., Ch.B. 1917. Captain, R.A.M.C, Spec. Res. 



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f Kinnear, William, M.A. 1884, M.D. Honorary Physician to the 
King. Col., V.D., late Assistant Director of Medical Services, T.F. 

* Kinnear, William Lindsay, 1916 Surgeon Probationer, R.N.V.R. 

Kirk, Rev. James, M.A. 1896, M.C. Parish Minister at Dunbar. 
Chaplain to Forces, 4th Class. See Roll of Honour. 

* Kirk, Stuart Raeburn, 1917. Cadet, Off. Cadet Unit, R.G.A. 

* Kirk, William Fenwick, 1910. Lieut., Lowland Heavy Battery, 

R.G.A. 

* Kitto, David Alexander, 1908. Teacher, Harthill P.Sch., Shotts. 

Sergeant, R.A.M.C. See Roll of Honour. 

Kitto, George Thomas, M.A. 1905. Science Teacher, Harris 
Academy, Dundee. Sergeant, R.F.C. Sec. Lieut., Royal Air 
Force. 

Kydd, John Charles, M.A. 1910. The Scottish Churches' College, 
Calcutta. Acting Captain, Calcutta University Corps. 

* Kyle, Dennis Hamilton, 1915. Lieut., 3rd Spec. Res., attd. 9th, 

Seaforth Highlanders. 

* Kyle, Edward Parr, 1912. Private, The Black Watch, transf. to 

Scottish Horse. 

* Kyle, Richard Batty, 1917. Cadet, Off. Cadet Unit, R.G.A. 

Kynoch, John Alexander Campbell, M.B., CM. Professor of 
Midwifery. (S.) Visiting Medical Officer, Red Cross Hospital. 

Laing, James Hill Williamson, M.A. 1884, B.Sc, M.B., CM. Civilian 
Physician, Dundee War Hospital. 

* Laing, Rev. William Mackie, M.A. 1911. Asst. Minister, St. 

Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Buenos Aires. Chaplain to Forces, 
4th Class. Egypt, Palestine, and France. 

Lamont, John Charles, M.B., CM. Lecturer in Anatomy. (S.) 
Lieut.-Col., I.M.S. 

f Langlands, Rev. Frederick David, M.A. 1903, B.D. Parish Minister 
at Eastwood. Chaplain to Forces, 4th Class, T.F., attached 6th 
Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. 



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* Langlands, Norman Mann Smart, M.A. 1912, B.Sc, B.A. (Camb.) 

Temporary Instructor Lieutenant, appointed to H.M.S. President. 

f Laurence, Rev. Andrew Taylor, M.A. 1905, B.D. Parish Minister, 
St. Mary's, Edinburgh. Chaplain to Forces, 4th Class, attd. 
1st Royal Scots Fusiliers and 51st Gordon Highlanders. France 
and Belgium. 

Laurie, Rev. Gordon Albyn Douglas, M.A. 1906, B.D. Parish 
Minister at Mid Yell, Lerwick. Private, R.A.M.C. Discharged 
invalided. 

* Law, Alfred, 1911. Private, 354th Coy. Motor Transport, R.A.S.C. 

Law, George, M.A. 1910. Assistant Master in English, Montrose 
Academy. Private, 4th, Sergeant, l/7th, Sec. Lieut., 5th, The 
Black Watch, attached to M.G.C. 

Law, Thomas, 1901. Captain, Canadian Army Pay Corps, 44th 
Battalion, C.E.F. 

* Lawrence, William Robertson, M.A. 1912. Lieut., 11th, attd. 8th, 

The Black Watch. Lieut., 38th Bn. Trng. Res. 

Lawson, James, B.Sc. 1912, M.B., Ch.B. Lieut., R.A.M.C, Spec. 
Res. Captain, R.A.F. .Med. Ser. Mentioned in Sir D. Haig's 
Despatches, 4th Jan. 1917. 

Lawson, Thomas Reid, 1908, M.C. Chartered Accountant, Dundee. 
Captain, 2nd City of Dundee Battery, 2nd High. Bde., R.F.A. 
T.F., Res. 

The Military Cross awarded, 8th March 1919, to Lieut. (A/Major) Thomas 
Reid Lawson, R.F.A., T.F., attd. 94th By., 18th Bde., R.F.A. 

At Querenaing, 1st November 1918, when ordered to advance his battery to 
support the infantry attack before dawn, he showed great skill and gallantry in 
reconnoitring and moving forward under shell and gas fire in the dark, handling 
his battery most ably, and in consequence was enabled to open an effective 
barrage before dawn in support of the attack. Throughout operations of 
October he has rendered most efficient support to the infantry. 

Leask, John White, M.A. 1909. Private, No. 2 Group, Lovat's Scouts. 

* Leckie, Joseph Primrose, 1913. Lieut., R.F.A. 

Lee, Joseph Shepherd, B.Sc. 1908. Engineer, Halifax, Nova Scotia. 
Major, Canadian Railway Troops Battns. StaffOfficer. Mentioned 
in Sir D. Haig's Despatches, 28th Dec. 1917. 

* Leitham, Herbert Wilson, 1916. Sec. Lieut., 8th The Black 

Watch. See Roll of Honour. 



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f Leslie, Rev. George Lindsay, M.A. 1891, B.D. Parish Minister 
at Eddleston. Chaplain to Forces, 4th Class. Two years, Egypt. 
Exp. Force. Egypt and Palestine with 60th Div., London 
Scottish. 

Leslie, Isabel Elizabeth, M.A. 1908. V.A.D. Nurse, 1st Scot. Gen. 
Hosp., Aberdeen. Stationary Hosp., Marseilles. 

* Lesslie, David Findlay, 1914. Private, Fife and Forfar Yeomanry. 
Sec. Lieut., R.G.A. 

f*LiDDELL, Rev. William Grant, M.A. 1910, B.D. Lieut, 5th 
Seaforth Highlanders. Act. Major, R.A.M.C. 

Lilley, Charles Herbert, M.B., Ch.B. 1908. Tuberculosis Officer, 
Lancashire Co. Council. Captain, 2nd London Sanit. Coy., 
R.A.M.C. Mentioned in Sir D. Haig's Despatches, 4th 
January 1917. 

Lindesay, Alexander Lumsdaine, 1878. Colonel, Indian Array ; 
C/O., 10th The York and Lancaster Reg. Mentioned in Sir John 
French's Despatches, 22nd June 1915. ^ 

Lindesay, George William Guy, 1886, D.S.O. Major, Ret., Indian 
Armv ; attd. 1st Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. Lieut.-Col., 
commanding 8th Royal Scots Fusiliers. ^ 

Awarded the Distinguished Service Order for conspicuous gallantry and 
fearless leadership of his battalion on 19th Sept. 1918. Though badly wounded 
he established his headquarters in the Tongue, and continued to command his 
battalion, which had consolidated itself in this position. By his cheerful bearing 
under intense machine-gun fire and bombardment, he encouraged his battalion 
to hold on to the position for many hours, though both flanks were exposed to 
enfilade fire. (1st Feb. 1919.) 

Awarded the Croix de Guerre with Palms, France. 

Mentioned in Sir G. F. Milne's Despatches, 11th June 1918, 30th January 
1919, and 5th June 1919. 

Lindsay, Robert, 1912. Lance-Corporal, 23rd The Royal Fusiliers 
(City of London Regt.). 

Lindsay, Robertson Moncur, 1913. Trooper, Fife and Forfar 
Yeomanry. Lieut., 2nd Batty, 2nd High. Bde., R.F.A. Lieut. 
(Acting Captain), whilst employed with 51st Div. Ammun. Col., 
R.F.A. Mentioned in Sir D. Haig s Despatches, 21st May 1918 
and 7th July 1919. 

Linton, Robert James. Laboratory Mechanic, Engineering Depart- 
ment, University College. (S.) Fitter, 2nd Highland Brigade, 
R.F.A. 



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* 



Lorimer, William Laughton, M.A. (Oxon.). Lecturer in Greek. 
(S.) Sec. Lieut., 11th The Gordon Highlanders. Relinquished 
his commission on account of ill-health. 

Loughborough, Francis Edward Scudamore St. Clair-Erskine, 
Lord, 1911. Lieut. (Acting Captain), King's Royal Rifle Corps, 
Adj., Rifle Dep. &f 

Low, George Carmichael, M.A. 1892, M.D., CM. Lecturer and 
Consult. Pathologist, London Sch. of Trop. Med. Major I.M.S. 
Received thanks of Secretary of State for India, 30th Sept. 
1919. 

Low, Thomas Mudie, M.B., Ch.B. 1914. Captain, R.A.M.C. 

Lowden, James Soutar, 1913. Trooper, Scottish Horse Yeomanry. 

f Lowe, Charles Edward Berkeley, M.A. 1904, D. S. O., M.C. Stock- 
broker, London. Private, l/14th The London Regiment (London 
Scottish). Sec. Lieut., No. 3 Coy. N. Scot. R.G.A., T.F. 
Major, R.G.A. 

The Military Cross awarded, June 1918, to Lieut. (A/Capt.) Charles Edward 
Berkeley Lowe, N. Scottish R.G.A., T.F., attd. 1 -13rd Siege Batty., R.G.A. 

For conspicuous good work and devotion to duty as Second-in-Command of 
his battery. 

The Distinguished Service Order awarded, June 1919, to Lt. (A/Maj.) 
Charles Edward Berkeley Lowe, M.C, R.G.A., T.F., attd. 94th S. By., R.G.A. 

For fine leadership of his battery and courage and determination of a high 
order during the recent offensive at Roussoy, on the 28th September, when he 
kept his battery in action in an exposed position under heavy fire, and again 
near Le Cateau on the 23rd October, when he made a personal reconnaissance 
in front of our own advanced infantry, and finding a battery abandoned by 
the enemy, brought up a party of his own men and turned a gun on the 
retreating enemy. 

Mentioned in Sir D. Haig's Despatches, 7th July 1919. 

* Lowson, Alexander Sturrock, 1908. Captain, Trinidad Local Forces, 

The Brit. W. Ind. Regt. 

* Lowson, James M'Kie Atkinson, 1914. Captain, H. Batt. R.G.A., 

Spec. Res. Mentioned in Sir W. Marshall's Despatches on Dun- 
sterville Mission, 21st February 1919. Served Mesopotamia and 
Baku. 

* Lowson, William Strachan, 1912. Lieut., 7th The Black Watch. 

Luis, Ian Maclean, 1909. Captain, City of Dundee Fortress 
Engineers, R.E. 

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* Lumsden, David Aitken, 1909. Captain, 4th The King's (Liverpool 

Regiment). See Roll of Honour. 

t Lumsden, Frederick William, M.B., Ch.B. 1907, M.C. Captain, 
New Zealand Medical Corps. 

The Military Cross awarded to Captain F. W. Lumsden, New Zealand 
Medical Corps, for conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty in dressing 
wounded in the open when the regimental aid-post, which was within 700 yards 
of the enemy " pill-boxes " and in full view of them, was still full of wounded 
left by the previous battalion. Casualties were inflicted even on the stretcher 
cases. Though exposed to this fire he worked unremittingly for three days 
with practically no sleep and very little food until quite exhausted. (23rd 
April 1918.) 

f Lundie, Alexander, B.Sc. 1900, M.B., Ch.B. Captain, R.A.M.C, 
The Cambridge Hospital, Aldershot. 

f Lundie, Crawford, M.A., B.Sc. 1906, M.B., Ch.B. Captain, 
R.A.M.C. 

Lundie, Ella, M.A. 1899. Sister in Queen Alexandra's Imp. Mil. 
Nurs. Serv., Serai, Baghdad. 

* Lyall, Robert Brown, M.A. 1912. Private, 1st Garr. Bn. Highland 

Light Infantry. Sergeant in France with the 51st Bn. M.G.C., 
51st Division. 

Lyell, Robert William, won a Bursary, 1917. Private, The Gordon 
Highlanders. See Roll of Honour. 

* Lynn, John, 1912, M.C. Lieut. (Acting Captain), 8th The Gordon 

Highlanders. 

Awarded, 29th August 1917, the Military Cross for conspicuous gallantry and 
devotion to duty during operations at Ypres on 22nd August 1917. During the 
attack, when the storming battalions were held up by very heavy machine-gun fire 
and seemed likely to retire, Captain Lynn led forward his company, steadied the 
front line, and then reorganised the mixed companies for a farther advance. 
This he led in person, and his splendid courage set an example which resulted 
in important positions being captured. His untiring efforts and command of 
the situation were of incalculable value in the work of consolidation, and his 
coolness and bravery in a dangerous position heartened his men to put forth 
their utmost efforts. (7th March 1918.) 

Lyon, James Harper, 1885. Captain, Native Barotse Regiment. 
See Roll of Honour. 

Lyon, Robert, 1884. Lieut., Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. 
See Roll of Honour. 



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* M< Alister, David M'Donald, M. A. 1914, M.C. Act. Captain, R.F.A. 

The Military Cross awarded, 3rd June 1919, to T/Captain David M'Donald 
M'Alister, D/152nd Bde., R.F.A. 

For continuous and good service and gallantry in action, particularly during the 
advance of the2nd Army in September and October 1918. From 27th September to 
27th October he commanded his battery with marked success. Acted as Liaison 
Officer to 103rd Infantry Brigade during the attack on Anseghern on 31st October, 
when his devotion to duty and coolness were of great assistance to the operations. 

Awarded the Chevalier de l'Ordre de Leopold II., with Palms, and Croix de 
Guerre. 

Mentioned in Sir D. Haig's Despatches, 23rd December 1918. 

M'Beath, Rev. John, M.A. 1907. Chaplain to Forces, 4th Class, 
Palestine. 

* M'Call, David, 1913. Lieut, 11th The Black Watch. 

* M'Cash, John Watson, 1910. Lieut., 3/6th The Black Watch; 

Lieut., R.A.F. 

* M'Cowan, Alexander Knight, 1914. Sec. Lieut., 11th The Black 

Watch. Lieut., 38th Bn. Trng. Res., New Armies : The King's 
African Rifles, 3rd Regt. 
M'Crae, Andrew Bowie, M.A. 1908, LL.B. Sergt, 2nd Lovat's 

Scouts, Yeomanry. See Roll of Honour. 
M'Culloch, Andrew Jameson, 1893, D.S.O. with two Bars, D.C.M. 
(Sept. 1902, Boer War). Captain, 7th Dragoon Guards, p.s.c. 
Brevet Lieut. -Col. Act. Brigadier-General, Com. 64th Infantry 
Brigade, and on General Staff; Chief Instructor, Staff College, 
Quetta. Knight of the Legion of Honour. \& 

The Distinguished Service Order awarded to Captain and Bt. Lieut. -Col. 
A. J. M'Culloch, D.C.M., Dragoon Guards, for conspicuous gallantry and 
devotion to duty throughout many days of severe fighting. His courage, 
energy, and unfailing cheerfulness contributed in a most marked manner to the 
various successful withdrawals of the battalion, and were a magnificent example 
to his men, whose confidence he gained in the highest degree. Later in com- 
mand of a mixed force, his skill and coolness in difficult operations were worthy 
of the highest praise. (26th July 1918.) 

A Bar to D.S.O. awarded to Capt. and Bt. Lt.-Col. A. J. M'Culloch, 
while attached York Light Infantry, for conspicuous gallantry and devotion to 
duty. At a most critical time he handled his battalion with great skill and 
gallantry, and blocked the enemy's advance. While making a valuable recon- 
naissance he was gassed and wounded, but continued his command of the 
battalion for another two days until the situation was righted. He showed fine 
leadership and determination. (16th September 1918.) 

A Second Bar to D.S.O., awarded, 11th January 1919, to Capt. and Bt. Lt.- 
Col. (T/Brig.-Gen.) A. J. M'Culloch, D.S.O., D.C.M., 7th Dragoon Guards, 
comd. 64th Infantry Brigade. For conspicuous gallantry and ability to com- 
mand. On a pitch-dark night he penetrated 4500 yards into the enemy's lines, 
occupied his objective, and captured between 300 and 400 prisoners and two 
guns, as well as a village. The advance was over the worst country, and the 
right flank of the Brigade was entirely uncovered throughout. Success was 
entirely due to his magnificent leadership moving at the head of this Brigade. 

Mentioned in Sir Douglas Haig's Despatches, 15th May 1916, 25th May 
1917, and 20th December 1918. 



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* Macdonald, Alan, 1915. Private, Scots Guards. Gassed, dis- 

charged invalided. 

* Macdonald, Archibald Rankin, 1914. Pioneer, Spec. Bn., Chem. 

Sec, R.E. See Roll of Honour. 

* Macdonald, Charles Baird, M.A. 1906, M.B., Ch.B. Captain, 

R.A.M.C. 

Macdonald, Ian Farquharson, 1913, M.C. Lieut., 78th By., 
R.F.A., Spec. Res. 

The Military Cross awarded, 27th February 1918, to Lieut. Ian Farquharson 
Macdonald, R.F.A., Spec. Res. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to 
duty at La Vacquerie on 30th November 1917. During an enemy attack he 
went forward and established communication with the infantry when all wires 
had been cut, and sent back valuable information to the battery throughout the 
day. He showed great resource and courage. 

Macdonald, James Leslie Auld, B.Sc. 1911, D.S.O. Major, 12th 
Royal Scots, attd. 10th (Liverpool Scottish) King's Liverpool 
Regt. 

Appointed Companion of the Distinguished Service Order. (1st January 
1918.) 

During the operations near Ypres on 31st July 1917 he commanded the bat- 
talion with marked ability. He made most sound dispositions for protection 
of the left flank of the Division, and handled every situation with boldness and 
dash. In the operations of 20th September 1917 he was again in command and 
was equally successful. 

Mentioned in Sir D. Haig's Despatches, 18th December 1917. 

Macdonald, John, M.A. 1903. Assist. Mathematical Master, High 
School, Dundee. Lieut., 114th Siege Battery, R.G.A., Sp. Res. 

M'Donald, Rev. John, M.A. 1910. U.F. Minister, West Port 
Church, Hawick. Lieut., 14th The Royal Scots. 

* Macdonald, John, M.A. 1915. Private, 4th Argyll and Sutherland 

Highlanders. Flight Cadet, R.A.F. 

* Macdonald, John Aitken, 1915. Private, 3rd Scots Guards. Lieut., 

3rd The Cameronians. Lieut., Labour Corps. 

^Macdonald, William James, M.A. 1910, M.B., Ch.B., M.C. 
Captain (Acting Major), R.A.M.C. 

The Military Cross awarded, 3rd June 1918, to T/Captain William James 
Macdonald, M.B., 11th Fd. Amb. R.A.M.C. 

For consistent good work and devotion to duty while serving with his unit 
since December 1915. This officer has on several occasions displayed conspicu- 
ous gallantry while in command of the Divisional stretcher-bearers, and has at 
all times set a splendid example by his courage and initiative. 



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MacDowell, Kenneth M'Lean, B.Sc. 1914. Engineering Pupilage, 
Dundee Harbour Trust. Lieut., R.E. 

MacEwan, David, M.B., CM., M.D. Professor of Surgery. (S.) 
Surgeon in charge of the Military Wards in the Royal Infirmary, 
Dundee. 

* MacEwan, Lewis Barclay, 1914. Sub. -Lieut., R.N.V.R., H.M.S. 

Queen, Anti-Submarine Department. 

* M'Farlane, David Robb, 1916. Flight Cadet, R.A.F. 

* Macfarlane, Keith Dix Lewis, 1914. Lieut., 1st The Cameronians. 

See Roll of Honour. 

M'Garry, Alexander Bruce, M. A. 1910. Teacher, Harris Academy, 
Dundee. Private, 14th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. Corp., 
Spec. Bn., R.E. Lieut., R.G.A., Spec. Res. 

* M'Gibbon, Malcolm, 1913. Captain, 11th The Cameronians. 

* M'Gillivray, Allister Middleton, M.B., Ch.B. 1917. Surgeon 

Lieutenant, Royal Navy, H.M.S. Iron Duke. 

MacGillivray, Angus, D.Sc. 1912, M.D., CM. Lecturer on 
Ophthalmology. (S.) Consulting Ophthalmic Surgeon for Tay 
Defences. Ophthalmic Surgeon and Adjutant, Dundee War 
Hospital. Major, R.A.M.C 

MacGillivray, Donald Mackay, M.B., Ch.B. 1912. Captain, 
R.A.M.C 

M'Gillivray, George Mortimer, D.P.H. 1914, M.B., Ch.B. Captain, 
2nd Home Counties Div. Fid. Arab., R.A.M.C. 

* M'Gillivray, Malcolm, M.B., Ch.B. 1916, M.C. Captain, R.A.M.C, 

Spec. Res. 

The Military Cross awarded to Captain Malcolm M'Gillivray, R.A.M.C, 
Special Reserve, attached So. Wales Borderers, for conspicuous gallantry and 
devotion to duty. Although his dressing-station was twice blown in and him- 
self extricated with great difficulty, he continued to attend wounded under 
heavy shell fire. (18th August 1917.) 

f M'Glashan, Rev. Lewis, M.A. 1898. Minister at Dalbeattie. 
Chaplain to Forces, 4th Class, T.F., attd. 4th The King's Own 
Scottish Borderers, 8th Bde., 3rd Div., France and Belgium. 



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* M'Glashan, William, M.A. 1914. Teacher, Boroughmuir H.G. 

School, Edinburgh. Signalman, Clyde Division, R.N.V.R. 

M'Gonigal, John Collins, 1913. Trooper, Scottish Horse, Yeomanry. 

f M'Gregor, David Robertson, B.Sc. 1898, M.B., Ch.B. Captain, 
R.A.M.C. Served in Salonika. 

M'Gregor, Henry Prain, B.Sc. 1913. Sec. Lieut., The Scottish 
Horse. 

* M'Gregor, John Coupar, M.B., Ch.B. 1918. Captain, R.A.M.C, 

Spec. Res. 

Macguckin, Bernard, B.Sc. 1913. Advanced Workshop Student, 
Royal Ordnance Factories. 1st Air Mechanic and Leading Air- 
craftsman, R.F.C. 

M'Intyre, John Easson, 1906. Acting Paymaster, Royal Naval 
Brigade. 

M'Intyre, Rev. Peter Stuart, M.A. 1904. Vicar at Hibaldstow, 
Brigg. Chaplain to the Forces, 4th Class. With 20th Div. 
R.A. at Ypres salient and the Somme. 

M'Intyre, Ronald William, 1910, M.C. Captain, 4th The Black 
Watch. 

The Military Cross awarded, 14th Jan. 1916, to Captain Ronald William 
Mclntyre, 1/4-th The Black Watch. 

Opposite Rue du Bois, operations on the 9th May 1915. Led his platoon 
most gallantly over the parapet to the assault in support of 58th Rifles, and 
continued advancing till nearly all his men were put out of action — already 
reported for gallantry at Battle of Neuve Chapelle. 

* Mackay, David Dunn, M.A. 1905, M.B., Ch.B. General Practitioner, 

Dundee. Captain, High. Mount. Bde. Fid. Amb., R.A.M.C. 

* Mackay, James, B.Sc. 1914. Lieut., 3rd Spec. Res., The Gordon 

Highlanders. See Roll of Honour. 

* M'Kay, John, 1914. Private, 2/7th, trans, to 8th, The Black Watch. 

Mackay, Rev. Patrick Robson, 1869, D.D. Honorary Chaplain 
to the Forces, 1st Class. Representative of the United Free 
Church of Scotland on the Interdenominational Advisory Com- 
mittee of the War Office on Chaplaincy Services. Chaplain in 
charge of Time-expired Men, Scottish Command. Principal 
Chaplain ranking as Brigadier-General. 



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t Mackay, Rev. Robert Henry, M.A. 1897. Parish Minister at 
Boarhills. Chaplain to Forces, 4th Class. Stationary Hospital 
near Amiens, 1917-18. 

M'Keachie, Rev. Alfred, M.A. 1904. Parish Minister at Chirn.- 
side. Chaplain to Forces, 4th Class, attd. 17th The Royal 
Scots, 35th Division. Retreat to Somme and Final Advance. 

f Mackenzie, Albert Alexander, M.A. 1903, LL.B. Solicitor, 
Leven. Lieut., Fifeshire Battery, 2nd High. Bde. R.F.A., T.F. 
(Res.). 

* Mackenzie, Alexander, M.A. 1913. Supplementary Teacher, 

Dundee. Gunner, Siege Art. Res. Bde. ; Lieut., Physical Training 
Instructor to Brigade. 

t M'Kenzie, Archibald John, M.A. 1901, B.Sc, Ph.D., M.C. 
Teacher, High Sch., Arbroath. Coy.-Sergt.-Major, 5th The 
Black Watch. C.S.M., O Coy., 4th Bn. Spec. Bde. R.E. Sec. 
Lieut., "F" Special Coy. R.E. Assist. Chem. Advis., Fifth 
Army. 

Awarded the Military Cross, 9th June 1918. When a N.C.O. and several 
others were caught in a dense gas cloud discharged from a derailed train, this 
officer entered the dense cloud of lethal gas and assisted in extricating several 
casualties. Afterwards, though suffering from gas, he showed great determina- 
tion and energy in evacuating the train before dawn, although 14 trucks were 
derailed and many of the personnel became casualties. There was great danger 
of the train having to be left in full view of the enemy for the whole of the 
succeeding day. 

Mackenzie, Donald, M.A. 1907. Supplementary Teacher, Dundee. 
Private, 4th Seaforth Highlanders. Pioneer, Spec. Bn., Chem. 
Sec, R.E. Discharged on account of ill-health. 

Mackenzie, Rev. Donald Stewart, 1898. Parish Minister at Kil- 
drummy. Lieut., R.G.A., Spec. Res. Staff Captain. 

* M'Kenzie, Duncan, 1914. Captain, 6th The Black Watch, attd. 

4th The Hampshire Regt. 

Mackenzie, Frederick Thomas, M.A. 1911, B.A. (Oxon.). Junior 
Assistant, Classical Department, United College. (S.) Lieut., 
R.F.A. See Roll of Honour. 



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Mackenzie, Harper, M.A. 1909, M.C. Headmaster, Macmerry 

P.Sch. Lieut., 8th The Royal Scots. 

The Military Cross awarded to Sec. Lieut. Harper Mackenzie for conspicuous 
gallantry and devotion to duty. While conducting a reconnaissance he was 
struck by a bullet on the helmet and severely bruised, but completed his task. 
Later, when his flank was left in the air, he organised a defensive flank under 
heavy fire. Though wounded he remained at duty, and assisted greatly in the 
withdrawal. (26th July 1918.) 

•(•♦Mackenzie, Henry Maurice, M.B., Ch.B. 1914. Captain, R.A.M.C. 
Wounded severely. 

Mackenzie, Rev. John Kennedy, M.A., B.D. Ex- Assistant in 
Hebrew. (S.) Sec. Lieut., 8th Cameron Highlanders. Draft 
Conducting Officer. 

* Mackenzie, John Kincaid, M.A. 1915. Sec. Lieut., The Border 

Regiment. See Roll of Honour. 

t Mackenzie, Rev. Robert Dunbar, M.A. 1887, B.D. Parish Minister, 
Kilbarchan. The Scottish Churches' Huts, Calais, 1917. 

* Mackenzie, Thomas Graham, 1914. Lieut., 13th The Royal Scots. 

See Roll of Honour. 

Mackenzie, William Tuach, M.D. Lecturer in Mental Diseases. 
(S.) Major, R.A.M.C. 

t M'Kerchar, James, M.A. 1904, M.B.E. Headmaster, Kirkpatrick- 
Fleming P.Sch. Private, C.Q.M.S., 10th Seaforth Highlanders. 
Sec. Lieut., R.A.S.C. Captain, O/C. R.A.S.C. at Soroka, North 
Russia. Appointed a Member of the Most Excellent Order of 
the British Empire, June 1919. 

* Mackie, Charles Barrie, M.A. 1910. Asst. Master, Dumfries 

Academy. Private, 15th, Lieut., 3rd, The Royal Scots, attd. 
5th Royal Irish Fusiliers. Mentioned in Sir G. F. Milne's 
Despatches, 12th Jan. 1920. 

* Mackie, Edwin Gordon, 1913. Lieut., 13th, attd. 5th, The Royal 

Scots. 

Mackie, George Balfour, M.A. 1910. Private, 14th, L.-Corp., 15th, 
Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. Lieut. (Acting Captain), 9th 
The Black Watch. Officer, Off. Cad. Bn., Inf. Mentioned in 
Sir D. Haig's Despatches, 4th Jan. 1917. 



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* Mackie, John Duncan, M.A. (Oxon.), M.C. Lecturer in Modern 

History. (S.) Lieut., Unattached List, University of St. Andrews 
Contingent Officers Training Corps. Captain (Acting Major), 
14th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. Severely wounded. 

The Military Cross awarded, 1st January 1917. 

Conspicuous devotion to duty. Captain Mackie has done consistently good 
work as a company commander, and has set an excellent example. He is keen 
and able, and has shown much strength of character and gallantry. 

* Mackie, Robert Laird, M.A. 1907. Lecturer in History, St. Andrews 

Provincial Committee for Training of Teachers. Private, 9th, 
Sec. Lieut., 3rd, The Royal Scots, attd. 7th The Border 
Regiment. Lieut., 13th The Royal Scots. 

f M'Kim, Samuel Cameron, 1896. Lieut. (Acting Major), R.G.A., 
Spec. Res. Employed Sd. in Comd. Anti-Aircraft Defence 
Command, London. 

* M'Kinnon, James Beaton, M.A. 1913. Sec. Lieut, 23rd Middlesex 

Regiment. See Roll of Honour. 

Mackness, Leonard Raimes, 1907. Lieut., 3rd Highland Field 
Coy., R.E., T.F. 

M'Laren, Joseph, 1902. Physical Director of Schools, Brandon, 
Manitoba. Major, 10th Battalion Canadian Expeditionary 
Force. See Roll of Honour. 

* M'Lay, Kenneth, M.B., Ch.B. 1912, M.D., D.P.H. Resid. 

Physician, King's Cross Fever Hosp., Dundee. Captain, R. A.M.C., 
Salonika. 

f M'Lean, Rev. Duncan Findlay, M.A. 1905, B.D. Parish Minister 
at Cardonald. Chaplain to Forces, 4th Class. With 13th Royal 
Scots, 15th Div., at the Somme, Arras, and Third Battle of Ypres. 

* M'Lean, Ernest, 1911. Lieut., 14th Highland Light Infantry. 

Attached Trench Mortar Battery. 

M'Lean, Rev. William Gordon, M.A. 1909, B.D. Parish Minister, 
Alexandria, Dumbartonshire. Chaplain to Forces, 4th Class, 
Egypt, Palestine, and Syria. 

* M'Leish, Norman, 1915. Trooper, 2/3rd The Scottish Horse. 

Sapper, 1st Field Survey Bn., R.E. 

M'Leod, Donald Matheson, M.A. 1912. Asst. Teacher, Laurence- 
kirk P.Sch. Private, R.A.M.C. 



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* M'Leod, Rev. John Ford, M.A. 1911, B.D. Captain, 11th The 

Black Watch. Sec. Lieut., M.G.C. Captain, The Tank Corps. 
Assistant Instructor in the Tank Corps Driving and Mechanical 
School, France. 

* M'Leod, Norman, 1916. Cadet, Off. Cad. Bn., Infantry. 

* M'Math, Rev. David Fyfe, M.A. 1911, B.D., M.C. Lieut. (Act. 

Captain), 6 A. Res. Bde., R.F.A. 

Awarded the Military Cross. 

During an intense and concentrated bombardment of his battery he rescued 
a wounded man from a wrecked dug-out, and carried him to a place of safety 
with the assistance of a gunner. He subsequently extinguished a fire in a dug- 
out full of burning ammunition, and by his gallant action saved a quantity of 
material from destruction, as well as the lives of many of his men. He set a 
fine example of disregard of personal danger throughout the whole operation. 
(14th Jan. 1918.) 

* MacMillan, John Charles Gordon, 1915. Off. Cadet Unit, R.G.A. 

Discharged invalided. 

M'Nair, Andrew Cairn, M.A. 1913. Classical Master, H.G. Sch., 
Biggar. Private, R. A.M.C. Sergeant, The Manchester Regiment. 

* M'Naughton, George Matthew, B.Sc. 1916. Captain, Bde. Am. 

Col., 2nd High. Bde., R.F.A. Resigned his commission with 
Honorary Rank of Captain. 

f M'Naughton, Rev. John M'Kerchar, 1891, M.C. U.F. Minister at 
Campbeltown. Chaplain to the Forces, 4th Class. 

Awarded the Military Cross, 26th June 1916, for gallant and devoted work 
with his Brigade. 

Mentioned in Sir D. Haig's Despatches, 15th June 1916. 

Served at Loos with 10th H.L.I., in Macedonia and again in France with 
Lovat's Scouts and 10th Cameron Highrs. 

f M'Nicoll, David, M.A., B.Sc. 1908. 14th The London Regiment 
(London Scottish). 

M'Nicoll, William, 1915, D.C.M. Apprentice Solicitor, Dundee. 

Sergeant, 4th Battn. Tank Corps. Awarded the Distinguished 

Conduct Medal, 8th August 1918. 

When in command of a tank, he fought it for five miles into hostile territory, 
until it was put out of action by two direct hits, seriously wounding him and all 
his crew except one. He then ordered the crew to evacuate the tank, but he 
remained to cover their withdrawal by machine-gun fire. Eventually, when 
the infantry arrived, he was removed to a dressing station. His gallantry and 
devotion to duty were most praiseworthy. (Near Cayeux, 8th Aug. 1918.) 

Maconachie, Frank Stanley, 1911. Sec. Lieut., R.G.A. , Spec. Res. 
Supplementary Officer. 



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* M'Owan, George, 1912. Lieut., 8th The Royal Scots Fusiliers. 

Macpherson, John Lumsden, M.A. 1883, LL.B., T.D. Solicitor, 
St. Andrews. Lieut.-CoL, 7th The Black Watch, T.F. Res. 

* M'Pherson, Norman, 1913. Lieut., R.F.A., 51st High. Div. 

Macpherson, Robert Stewart Lyall, 1911. Chartered Accountant, 
Dundee. Lieut., 5th The Black Watch. Lieut, employed 25th 
The Durham Light Infantry. 

f Macpherson, William, M.A. 1895. Master of Method, London 
Day Training College, University of London. Private, 23rd The 
Royal Fusiliers (City of London Regiment). 

f Macrae, Rev. Alexander, 1878. Minister at Crown Court, London. 
Chaplain to Forces, 3rd Class. Mentioned in Sir D. Haig's 
Despatches, 29th May 1917 and 24th Dec. 1917. 

M'Rae, Rev. Donald, M.A. 1887, B.D. Parish Minister at Edderton. 
Chaplain to Forces, 4th Class. With 9th Brig, and Scott. Ch. 
Huts on La Bassee Canal. 

Macrae, Duncan Mackenzie, 1889, M.A., M.B., Ch.B. Captain, 
South African Medical Corps. 

t M'Rae, Rev. John Eric, M.A. 1891. Rector of All Saints, Wor- 
cester. Chaplain to Forces, 4th Class. Served at Loos, the Somme, 
and the Ancre. Mentioned in Sir D. Haig's Despatches, 4th Jan. 
1917. 

f Macrae, Robert Scarth Farquhar, 1894, CLE., C.B.E. Lt.-Col., 
Special List, while Assistant Director of Inland Water Transport. 
Controller of Native Craft, Mesopotamia Expeditionary Force ; 
lately Commissioner of Police, Baroda State. 

Appointed Companion of the Most Eminent Order of the Indian Empire, 
1st Jan. 1917. Appointed Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the 
British Empire, June 1919. 

Mentioned in Sir Stanley Maude's Despatches of 15th August 1917, and Sir 
W. R. Marshall's of 27th August 1918 and 5th June 1919. 

f M'Rae, William Arthur Ranken Michael, 1888. Captain, 8th The 
Royal Scots. O/C. Transport and Supply, 23rd Brigade, 
7th Division. Employed by Ministry of Munitions. Mentioned 
in Sir John French's Despatches, 22nd June 1915, and Sir D. 
Haig's, 29th May 1917. 



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* Mac Vicar, Neil, 1913. Sec. Lieut., Seaforth Highlanders. See Roll 

of Honour. 

Main, Rev. Archibald, M.A., D.Litt. Professor of Ecclesiastical 
History. (S.) Chaplain to Forces, 4th Class. With the Army of 
Occupation. 

Malcolm, Alfred Graham, M.B., Ch.B. 1908. Surgeon, Lt.-Comr. 
H.M.S. Jlecto. X&r 

Malcolm, Guthrie Llewellyn, 1913. Private, West Kent Regiment. 
Lieut., 3rd Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. 

Malcolm, Robert, M.B., Ch.B. 1906, M.D. Surgeon, Royal Navy. 
Later R.A.F.M.S. 

Malloch, William, B.Sc. 1911. Sapper, R.E. 

Mann, David Mann, M.A. 1908, M.C. Sec. Lieut., 5th The Black 
Watch. Lieut., Tank Corps. 

The Military Cross was awarded to T/Lt. David Mann Mann, Tank Corps, for 
conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. When his tank was in a very bad 
condition and one six-pounder gun out of action, he still continued to render 
most valuable assistance to the infantry, penetrating deeply into the advancing 
enemy on three occasions and inflicting severe casualties. Later he observed an 
enemy field battery coming into action : he managed to approach it unobserved 
and opened fire at short range, causing the gunners who were left to abandon 
their guns. He continued to harass the enemy till the tank broke down, when 
he withdrew with his Lewis-guns and ammunition. (26th July 1918.) 

* Marshall, Alexander Howard, 1915. Private, later Lieut., 3rd 

Spec. Res., The Cameronians. 

Marshall, Charles Robertshaw, M.A., M.B., Ch.B., M.D. Pro- 
fessor of Materia Medica. (S.) Civilian Physician, Dundee War 
Hospital. 

* Marshall, Claude Cunningham Bruce, 1916. Lieut., Royal Irish 

Fusiliers, attd. The King's Royal Rifle Corps. Wounded severely 
at Bruyelles and a Prisoner of War, 5th November 1918. Re- 
patriated January 1919. 

f*MARSHALL, Rev. James, M.A. 1911, B.D. Assistant Parish Minister, 
Galashiels. Gunner, R.F. A. Lieut. (Act. Capt.), R.G.A., Spec. Res. 

* Marshall, Rev. Matthew, M.A. 1911. Assistant Minister, St. 

Giles's, Edinburgh. Sec. Lieut., The Royal Scots. See Roll of 
Honour. 



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Marshall, William Edward, 1897, D.RH. 1906, M.B., Ch.B., M.C. 
Brevet-Major, R.A.M.C. 

Awarded the Military Cross for conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
He tended the wounded under very heavy fire with great courage and determina- 
tion. On one occasion he worked single-handed for over 24 hours. (14th 
Nov. 1916.) 

Awarded the Order of the Medjidieh, 4th Class, and Order of the Nile, 1st 
Class (Egypt). 

Mentioned in Secretary of State for War's Despatches, 17th September 1917, 
and SirE. H. H. Allenby's, 5th June 1919. 

Martin, Charles James, 1905. Sub-Lieutenant, Hood Battalion, 

Royal Naval Division, R.N.V.R. See Roll of Honour. 

Martin, Rev. Thomas, B.D. 1883, D.D. Parish Minister at Peebles. 
Chaplain to Forces, T.F. 

Mason, Alexander, 1892. Blacksmith, St. Andrews. Sec. Lieut., R.E. 

Masterton, Forbes, 1907. Teacher, Dundee. Able Seaman, Drake 
Batt., Clyde Division, R.N.V.R. See Roll of Honour. 

Mathers, Crawford Alexander, won a Bursary, 1916. Pioneer, " A " 
Spec. Coy., R.E. 

* Mathers, Robert Pirie, M.D. Lecturer in Diseases of Throat, Nose, 

and Ear. (S.) Sec. Lieut., Ret. Unattached List, University 
of St. Andrews Contingent Officers Training Corps. Civilian 
Surgeon, Dundee War Hospital. 

| Matheson, Rev. Mdrdo John Clow, 1885. Minister, Gordon Memorial 
Church, Natal. Chaplain to Forces, 4th Class. 

* Matthew, David, M.B., Ch.B. 1913, M.C. Captain, R.A.M.C. 

The Military Cross was awarded to T/Captain D. Matthew for conspicuous 
gallantry and devotion to duty during two days' heavy fighting. He estab- 
lished a dressing-station in an advanced position, whence he continually went 
forward to dress wounded and organise carrying parties under heavy fire. 
He inspired his men to continue their work by his splendid example. (25th 
April 1918.) 

* Maule, Charles Duncan, 1915, M.C. Private, 6th The Black 

Watch. Lieut., M.G.C. 

The Military Cross, awarded to T/2nd Lieutenant Charles Duncan Maule, 
Machine-Gun Corps, for conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty, although 
much shaken by a gas bombardment at the Yser Canal on 31st July 1917. 

He refused to be relieved when in action, and although wounded in the 
shoulder by a splinter of shell and much weakened by loss of blood, he com- 
manded his section throughout the action, refusing to go to the dressing-station 
until he had marched them back to the camp. 

* Mearns, Angus Hughes, 1913. Captain, 9th The Black Watch, 

attd. R.F.C. See Roll of Honour. 



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* Mechie, James, B.Sc. 1912. Sapper, Div. Eng., R.N.D., Mediterr. 

Exp. F. See Roll of Honour. 

* Meek, Arthur Chisholm, M.A. 1906, M.B., Ch.B. Broughty Ferry. 

Captain, R.A.M.C. 

* Meek, David Stuart Adams, 1914. 1st Class Air Mechanic, R.N. AS. 

* Melville, Harry Sime, M.A. 1911. Schoolmaster, Dalmellington. 

Private, 13th Royal Scots Fusiliers. 

Melville, James Easson, M.A. 1911. Teacher, Dundee. Sergeant, 
9th King's Own Scottish Borderers. 

* Menzies, Duncan, 1913. Lieut., 5th The Black Watch. Lieut., 

M.G.C. 

* Menzies, James Aitken Brown, 1914, M.C. Lieut. (Acting Captain), 

208th Siege Battery, R.G.A. 

The Military Cross awarded to T/Lieut. (A/Capt.) James Aitken Brown 
Menzies, 208th Siege By., R.G.A., 1st January 1919. During the period under 
review, namely 25th February 1918 to 17th September 1918, for gallantry and 
devotion to duty, particularly on 9th April 1918, near Sailly-sur-la-Lys, on 
which date he was in command of the battery. He showed the greatest cool- 
ness and judgment throughout that day, going out himself to repair telephone 
lines under heavy shell fire. He personally superintended the disabling of his 
guns under heavy shell fire, and was the last to leave the battery position. A 
very capable Officer, who has done uniformly good work and shown a fine 
example of courage during the seven months he was in the battery. Wounded 
severely in the leg in the battery position near Hazebrouck and evacuated to 
U.K. 

Mentioned in Sir D. Haig's Despatches, 21st May 1918 and 23rd December 
1918. 

* Menzies, John Donald Stewart, 1913. Lieut. (Acting Captain), 5th 

The Black Watch. Lieut., Trench Mortar Battery. 

-j- Menzies, Rev. Robert, M.A. 1911. U.F. Minister at Camphill, 
Glasgow. Chaplain to Forces, 4th Class. 

* Menzies, Robert Macdonald, 1914. Lieut., 7th The Black Watch. 

* Millar, Forbes Wallace, 1907. Teacher, Kingussie H.G. School. 

C.S.M., 15th, 18th, 3rd, 11th, and 2nd The Royal Scots. 

f*MiLLAR, Rev. Robert Gordon, M.A. 1913. Parish Minister at 
Greyfriars 1 , Dumfries. Sec. Lieut., 11th Argyll and Sutherland 
Highlanders. See Roll of Honour. 



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Miller, Alexander Lo rimer, 1896, M.C. The Sun Fire Office, 
Edinburgh. Lieut., 7th The Black Watch, T.F. Taken prisoner, 
March 1918. Repatriated, December 1918. 

The Military Cross was awarded to 2nd Lieut. (Temp. Lieut.) A. L. Miller. 

For conspicuous gallantry. When the enemy had exploded a mine, Lieu- 
tenant Miller and Privates Swan and Buchanan crossed the open, descended 
the mine, and rescued two miners who were in difficulties. They showed great 
pluck and endurance. (16th May 1916.) 

* Miller, George Clark, 1910. Teacher, Burgh Sch., St. Andrews. 

Sec. Lieut. (Act. Captain), 5th The Royal Scots Fusiliers. See 
Roll of Honour. 

* Miller, George Eaton, 1907. Sergeant, The Black Watch. See 

Roll of Honour. 

Miller, George Waterston, B.Sc, M.B., Ch.B., D.S.O., T.D. 
Assistant Lecturer in Medicine. (S.) Lieut. -Colonel, comding. 
3rd High. Fd. Amb., R.A.M.C., T.F 

The Distinguished Service Order awarded, 1st January 1918, to Major 
George Waterston Miller, l/3rd (High. ) Fd. Amb. , R. A. M. C. , T. F. For devotion 
to duty and consistent good work during the 29 months, viz. from 1st May 
1915, that he has been with the l/3rd Highland Field Ambulance. Throughout 
this long period he has been conspicuous for work of the highest efficiency. 
During the active operations in which this Division has been engaged Major 
Miller has always occupied a position of considerable responsibility, notably in 
the battles of the Somme (July 1916), Arras (May 1917), and Ypres (July 1917), 
when he was in charge of advanced dressing-stations at Marmetz, L Abayette, 
and near Ypres, respectively, and in addition, had charge of evacuation of 
wounded from the line. On all these and many other occasions his work has 
been of the highest order. He combines organising ability of an exceptional 
degree with courage, and, by his example, inspires with confidence all ranks 
serving with him. 

Decorated with the French Croix de Guerre, January 1919. 

Mentioned in Sir D. Haig's Despatches, 29th May 1917 and 24th December 
1917. 

Miller, William Birkmyre, M.A. 1870, M.D. Colonel, R.A.M.C. 
Retired. 

Mills, Arthur, M.B., Ch.B. 1909, M.D. Lecturer in Anaesthetics. 
(S.) Captain, R.A.M.C. 

* Mills, James Kinnison Tulloch, M.B., Ch.B. 1918. Lieut., R.A.M.C, 

Spec. Res., attd. The King's African Rifles, Nyasaland. 

f Milne, Francis Molison, M.A. 1897, B.Sc, M.B., Ch.B. Lecturer 
in Clinical Pathology. (S.) Pathologist, Dundee War Hospital. 

Milne, James Cairns. Pharmaceutical Asst. to Professor of Materia 
Medica (S.) Corporal, R.A.M.C. See Roll of Honour. 



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Milne, John Morrison, 1907, L.R.C.P. & S.Ed., M.C. Captain 
(Acting Major), 3rd High. Fd. Amb., R.A.M.C., T.F. Deputy- 
Assistant Director of Medical Services. 

Awarded the Military Cross for conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. 
When a dug-out containing combustion products was blown in and the inmates 
buried he procured oxygen cylinders and played them into the dug-out, 
thereby saving their lives. He also assisted most untiringly in digging out the 
men, who owe their lives to his promptness and gallantry under heavy shell- 
fire. (17th September 1917.) 

Mentioned in Sir D. Haig's Despatches, 10th July 1919. 

|*Milne, William, M.A. 1910. Classical Master, Bo'ness Academy. 
Captain and Adjutant, 10th (Cyclist) The Royal Scots. Prisoner 
of War, March 1918. Repatriated Dec. 1918. 

* Mitchell, Alfred William Youngson, 1908. Instructor in Aerial 

Navigation, R.A.F. 

Mitchell, David Alexander, 1906. Private, West Riding Regi- 
ment. See Roll of Honour. 

* Mitchell, James Gibb, 1912. Captain, 11th Argyll and Sutherland 

Highlanders. 

* Mitchell, Joseph Lister, 1916. Sec. Lieut., R.G.A., Spec. Res. 

Mitchell, Thomas, B.Sc 1911. On the Staff of the Admiralty 
Works Department at Invergordon, 1914-1920. 

Mitchell, Thomas John, M.B., Ch.B. 1904, M.D., D.S.O. Brevet- 
Major, R.A.M.C. ^ 

The Distinguished Service Order awarded, 26th August 1918, to Captain 
and Brevet-Major Thomas John Mitchell, M.B., R.A.M.C. 

Specially recommended for his work in the organisation of preliminary 
medical arrangements for the attack on Ramadi, and for supervising and 
organising the collection and evacuation of casualties from regimental aid 
posts during the battle of 28th-29th September 1917, also for consistently 
good work during period Oct. 1917 to March 1918. Apart from his medical 
qualifications this officer has exceptional powers of organisation. 

Mentioned in Sir John French's Despatches, 1st January 1916 ; Sir 
Percy Lake's, 19th October 1916 ; Sir Stanley Maude's, 15th August 1917 ; 
Sir W. R. Marshall's, 27th August 1918, and Sir G. F. Milne's, 14th 
June 1919. 

* Mitchell, William Berry Gibb, 1915. Pioneer, Spec. Bn., Chem. 

Sec, R.E. 

Mitchell, William Low, M.A. 1906, LL.B. Captain, 5th The Black 
Watch, attd. for Army Signal Service to R.E. 

* Moffatt, Thomas, 1912. Lieut., 9th The Royal Scots. 



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* Moir, William Sinclair, 1915. Surgeon Sub-Lieut., R.N.V.R. 

Moncrieff, James Gordon M'Pherson, M.A. 1907. R.A.S.C. 

f Moncrieff, Leonard Alexander, M.B., Ch.B. 1910. Surgeon- 
Lieut., H.M.S. Marlborough. Surgeon-Lieut., R.N.A.S., Redcar, 
1917. Surgeon-Lt.-Comr., Persian Gulf, 1918-19. ^ 

Montgomery, John Gentleman, 1914. 3/lst Fife and Forfar 
Yeomanry, attd. The Royal Scots. 

* Moodie, Alexander Reid, M.A. 1906, M.B., Ch.B. Lieut., Un- 

attached List, T.F., St. Andrews University O.T.C. Captain, 
3rd High. Fid. Arab., R.A.M.C, T.F. Reserve. Awarded the 
Order of St. Sava, 4th Class. 

Moodie, Oltver Stuart, 1909. Captain, 4th The Black Watch. 
Wounded and taken prisoner, 25th September 1915. Repatriated. 

t Moodie, William, M.B., Ch.B. 1908, M.D. Claybury Asylum, 
Essex. Captain, R.A.M.C. 17th Mob. Bac. Lab. Mentioned 
in Sir D. Haig's Despatches, 30th December 1918. 

Moon, Frederick William, 1908. Solicitor, Aberdeen. Captain, 
4th The Black Watch. 

t Moorhouse, James Ernest, M.A., B.Sc. 1889, M.D. Medical 
Practitioner, Stirling. Captain, R.A.M.C. (Home Hospitals 
Reserve). Officer in charge of Mil. Hosp., Stirling. 

Morgan, Arthur Ernest, 1910. Acting Captain, R.E. 

Morrice, James Anderson, Jun., 1911. Captain (Acting Major), 
Low. Div. Ammun. Col., R.F.A. 

Morrison, Archibald Cameron, M.A. 1891, LL.B., O.B.E. Solicitor, 
Aberdeen. Lieut., 4th The Gordon Highlanders. Appointed, 
March 1916, Appeal Military Representative of 75th Recruiting 
Area (Aberdeen, Kincardine, and Banff). Retired on account of 
ill-health, with rank of Honorary Lieutenant, August 1917. 
Appointed an Officer of the Most Excellent Order of the British 
Empire (Civil), March 1920. 

r 

Morrison, Carolus Francis, 1913. Sec. Lieut., The Cameronians. 
Sec. Lieut., M.G.C. Captain, Tank Corps. 

t*MoRRisoN, Cecil Wilmot, M.B., Ch.B. 1916. Captain, R.A.M.C. 

F 



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Morrison, David, M.A. 1900. Lecturer in Logic and Psychology. 
(S.) Head of a Section, Naval Intelligence Division 32, and later 
at Foreign Office. 

* Morrison, George, 1913. Sec. Lieut., 11th The Cameronians. See 

Roll of Honour. 

* Morrison, Leonard Graeme, 1913. Captain, 9th The Black Watch. 

See Roll of Honour. 

* Morton, Rev. Alexander Aitken, M.A. 1915, B.D. Corporal, 

R.A.M.C. 

* Morton, Gordon Reid, 1915, M.C. Sec. Lieut., 7th Cameron High- 

landers. See Roll of Honour. 

Morton, Kenneth William, 1905. Lieut., Engineers, Canadian Army. 

* Mudie, James, 1913. Sec. Lieut., 9th The Royal Scots Fusiliers. 

See Roll of Honour. 

Mudie, John, M.A. 1912. Headmaster, Crudie P.Sch., Turriff. 
Private, 3rd, Sec. Lieut., 6th, The Gordon Highlanders. 

t Munro, David, M.A. 1897, M.B., Ch.B., CLE. Major, I.M.S. 
Surgical Specialist (1) on Hospital Ship Glenart Castle, (2) in 
Indian General Hospital in France, (3) in Mesopotamia ; sub- 
sequently O/C. Officers 1 Hospital, Mesopotamia ; D.A.D.M.S. at 
Base, Beit Na'ama, Mesopotamia Exp. F. ; afterwards on Palestine 
Lines of Communication. Appointed Companion of the Most 
Eminent Order of the Indian Empire in August 1917. Mentioned 
in Sir Stanley Maude's Despatches, 15th August 1917, and 
Sir W. R Marshall's, 27th August 1918. & 

■f Munro, Frederick John, M.A. 1904. Journalist, India, Australia, 
New Zealand. Sec. Lieut., R.G.A., Sp. Res. See Roll of Honour. 

* Munro, James Cameron, M.A. 1913. Lieut., 4th Spec. Res. The 

Cameronians, attd. King's Own Scottish Borderers, attd. 1st 
Garr. Bn. The Cameronians. 

Munro, Robert Mackay, M.A. 1906, LL.B. Private, The Royal 
Scots. Sec. Lieut, in Special List as Interpreter (of German) at 
Prisoners of War Camps. 

Murdoch, David Albert, M.A. 1914. Private, Seaforth Highlanders, 
Salonika. 



Murray, Rev. Allan Scott, M.A. 1902, B.D. Minister, U.F. 
Church, Burntisland. Chaplain to Forces, 4th Class. 

f Murray, Anthony Stoddard, M.A. 1902. Solicitor, Glasgow. Sec. 
Lieut., 8th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. See Roll of 
Honour. 

* Murray, Douglas Horne, M.A.1912, M.B., Ch.B. Captain, R.A.M.C, 

Spec. Res. 

Murray, Ernest Farquhar, M.B., Ch.B. 1908, M.D. Practitioner, 
Dundee. Surgeon, R.N., H.M.S. Caroline. 

* Murray, John Russel, 1912, M.C. Captain, 5th The Black Watch. 

Awarded the Military Cross for conspicuous gallantry in action. He dis- 
played great courage and initiative in reorganising his company under very 
heavy fire. He previously carried out several valuable reconnaissances under 
fire. (26th Jan. 1917.) 

f Murray, Thomas David, 1891, D.S.O., T.D. Solicitor, Anstruther. 
Major, 4th The Black Watch. Lieut. -Col., 8th Hampshire 
Regiment. 

Appointed Companion of the Distinguished Service Order. For conspicuous 
gallantry in action. He showed great skill and resource in handling his 
battalion over a very extended front, and over a very difficult country. He 
seized all his objective, took many prisoners, and eventually consolidated the 
position won. (26th Jan. 1917.) 

Mentioned in Sir D. Haig's Despatches, 22nd May 1917. 

Murray, Rev. William Gray, M.A. 1904, B.D. Minister at Reay. 
Chaplain to Forces, 4th Class. 

* Nairn, Alfred Martin, B.Sc. 1914. Acting Captain, R.G.A. 

Acting Major, Comdg. Heavy Batty. R.A. Mentioned in Sir 
W. R. Marshall's Despatches, 21st Feb. 1919. 

* Nairn, James M'Vicar, 1911. Lieut., 4th Coy. R.A.S.C, High. Div., 

attd. to The Border Regt. 

Napier, George, won a Bursary, 1917. Private, 12th The Royal 
Scots. 

| Neill, Rev. William Notman, M.A. 1900, B.D. Minister at Kames, 
Muirkirk. Sec. Lieut., Bde. Ammun. Col., 1st Lowland Bde., 
R.F.A. 

* Nelson, James Reid, 1912. Sec. Lieut., 7th The Black Watch. 

See Roll of Honour. 

* Nicol, James, M.A. 1915. Sec. Lieut., 25th The Northumberland 

Fusiliers. 



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Nicoll, Agnes Hill, M.A. 1902, M.B., Ch.B. Medical Controller, 
Queen Mary's Army Auxiliary Corps. 

Nicoll, Frederick George Anderson, 1911. Lance-Corporal. 
Despatch Rider, Highland Cyclist Battalion. Discharged 
medically unfit. 

* Nicoll, Robert, M.B., Ch.B. 1913. Captain, R.A.M.C. 

* Nicoll, Sydney Douglas, 1914. Lieut., 13th The Cameronians. 

Trans, to 6th North Lancashire Regiment. 

* Nicoll, William S., 1908. Sec. Lieut., R.F.A., Spec. Res. Lieut., 

M.G.C., Inf. 

* Nicolson, James Graham Goodall, M.A. 1916. Private, 7th 

The Black Watch. Sec. Lieut., 1st Res. Garr. Bn., Highland 
Light Infantry. 

Niven, Alfred, B.Sc 1910. Civil Engineer, U.S. America. Sec. 
Lieut., 4th The Black Watch. 

f Niven, Rev. John, M.A. 1907. U.F. Minister, Aberdeen. Chaplain, 
9th Division, Scottish Churches 1 Huts, France. 

Norrie, Charles Matthew, B.Sc. 1901, D.S.O. Acting Major, R.E. 

The Distinguished Service Order awarded, 26th August 1918, to T/Capt. 
(Acting Major) Charles Matthew Norrie, R.E. Has done most excellent 
work as D.A.D. Works since April 1917, and recently as A.D. Works. Has 
shown great capacity for work and a thorough grasp of all requisite 
details. 

Mentioned in Sir Stanley Maude's Despatches, 12th March 1918, and 
Sir W. R. Marshall's, 27th August 1918. 

Ogilvie, John, 1901. Lieut. (Acting Captain), No. 3. Coy., Broughty 
Ferry, North Scot. R.G.A. 

f Ogilvie, Rev. William Falconer, M.A. 1902, B.D. Parish 
Minister at Stewarton. Lieut., 9th The London Regiment 
(Queen Victoria's Rifles). Employed Ministry of Munitions. 

* Oram, William, 1916. Sec.Lieut, Military Wing, R.F.C. See Roll 

of Honour. 

Ormiston, Margaret Gemmell, M.A. 1902., M.B., Ch.B. Asst. 
School Med. Off., Cheshire. Medical Officer, R.A.M.C, Malta, 
Salonika, Constantinople. 

* Osgood, Thomas Harris, 1917. Cadet, Off. Cad. Unit, R.G.A. 



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* Pain, Harold Cameron, 1911. Bombr., Australian Artillery. Lieut., 

53rd Bn., New South Wales, Australian Expeditionary Force. 

* Paisley, Robert Ninian, M.A. 1911. Private, 13th The Royal 

Scots. Lieut., 4th The Cameronians. 

Park, Robert Stewart, M.B., Ch.B. 1908. General Practitioner, 
Silloth. Lieut., R.A.M.C., attd. 9th York and Lancaster Regt. 

* Parr, Thomas Parr, 1911, M.B., Ch.B. f Captain, r -R.A.M.C., 

Spec. Res. 

f Paterson, Rev. James Alexander, M.A. 1903, B.D. Parish Minister, 
Anstruther Wester. Y.M.C.A. Huts, Flanders. 

* Paton, George Dickson, 1914. Lieut., 6th The Black Watch. 

Mentioned in Sir E. H. H. Allenby's Despatches, 22nd January 
1919. 

* Paton, James Ley, M.A. 1912. Sec. Lieut., 3rd Spec. Res., The 

Black Watch. See Roll of Honour. 

Paton, Montgomery Paterson, M.A. 1905, B.Sc, M.B., Ch.B., D.S.O., 
M.C. Captain (Acting Major), R.A.M.C., Casualty Hospital, 
Chatham. Deputy Assistant Director of Medical Services. 

The Military Cross awarded, 1st January 1918, to T/Capt. Montgomery 
Paterson Paton, 64th Corps Fd. Amb., R.A.M.C, attd. 2/3rd W. Lanes., T.A., 
T.F. 

This Officer has done consistent good work since the Division landed in 
France. During the heavy fighting in front of Henin and Croisilles, in 
April 1917, he distinguished himself by his coolness in action, his devotion 
to duty, and his untiring solicitude for the care and comfort of the 
wounded. 

The Distinguished Service Order awarded, June 1919, to T/Capt. (A/Major) 
M. P. Paton, M.C, M.B., R.A.M.C. For exceptional fine work as D.A.D.M.S. 
of the Division during the past six months. In April, during the heavy 
fighting in the Ypres salient, he constantly visited the forward medical 
posts by day and night under shell-fire and machine-gun fire, and rendered 
invaluable assistance in the supervision of the evacuation of the wounded. 
Again, in May, during the withdrawal to the Marne, he was indefatigable in 
his efforts to organise means of evacuation under most difficult circum- 
stances with a rapidly advancing enemy. By his energy and efficiency he 
has at all times rendered the most valuable service. 

Mentioned in Sir Douglas Haig's Despatches, 29th May 1917 and 20th 
December 1918. 

* Paton, Robert Young, M.A. 1916. Surgeon Probationer, H.M.S. 

Thruster. 

Paton, Rev. Waller, M.A. 1912. Curate of Yatton, Bristol. 
Chaplain to Forces, 4th Class, Macedonia. 



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f Patterson, Rev. John Thomas, 1885. Parish Minister at Southwick. 
Chaplain to Forces, 4th Class, attd. Scots Guards, 1915-19, 
France. 

* Patterson, William Berwick Ure, M.A. 1907, M.B., Ch.B. 

Captain, R.A.M.C. 

Paul, Archibald, M.A. 1910. Lieut., 7th The Black Watch. 
Adjutant commanding Depot. 

Paul, George Graham, M.A. 1907, LL.B. Advocate. Sergeant, 
Field-Force Maxim Gun Coy., South Nigeria. 

* Peacock, James Lawson, 1917. Sec. Lieut., 6th Res. Bn., R.E. 

f*PEARsoN, Rev. Andrew Forret Scott, M.A. 1906, B.D., D.Th. 
Minister at West Kilbride. Chaplain to Forces, 4th Class. 

| Pearson, Harry Linden, M.B., Ch.B. 1909. Capt, R.A.M.C. 
Mentioned in Sir Stanley Maude's Despatches, 12th March 1918, 
and in Sir. W. R. Marshall's, 27th August 1918. 

Peddle, Francis Grove, won a Bursary, 1914, M.C. Enlisted Fife and 
Forfar Yeomanry. Invalided home after Gallipoli. Sec. Lieut., 
4th The Northumberland Fusiliers. Prisoner at Stralsund Camp, 
May 1918. Repatriated Dec. 1918. 

The Military Cross awarded to 2nd Lieutenant Francis Grove Peddie, 
Northumberland Fusiliers, for conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty 
in leading his platoon through an intense barrage near Houthulst Forest, 
on the 26th October 1917. 

In spite of casualties and the bad state of the ground, he eventually 
succeeded in advancing his line and consolidating it. 

* Peddie, James, 1911. Sec. Lieut., 9th The Royal Scots Fusiliers. 

Major (Acting Lieut. -Col.), second in command, 8th The Nor- 
thumberland Fusiliers. Mentioned in Sir C. Munro's Despatches 
for Gallipoli, 12th July 1916, and Sir D. Haig's, 23rd May 1918. 

Peebles, David James, M.B., Ch.B. 1912, D.P.H. Captain, 1st 
London (City of London) Sanitary Coy., R.A.M.C, T.F. 

* Peffers, Andrew, M.A. 1914. Captain, 3rd Spec. Res., attd. 1st 

The Highland Light Infantry. Served with 3rd (Lahore) 
Division in France, and at Kut, Mesopotamia, and the taking of 
Baghdad. Staff-Captain, Intelligence Officer, attd. H.Q. Staff, 
Mesopotamia. Mentioned in Sir Stanley Maude's Despatches, 
15th August 1917. Knight of the Legion of Honour (France), 
June 1919- 



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f *Pert, Charles, M.A. 1915. Private, 7th The Black Watch. 

* Petrie, David Hay, 1913. Lieut., 7th, attd. 15th, The Royal Scots. 

Petrie, John Cuthbert, 1913. Private, 4th The Black Watch. 
Discharged, medically unfit after service in France. 

Phillip, Charles, M.A. 1913. Teacher, Dens Road Sch., Dundee. 
Corporal, 3rd High. Fid. Amb., R.A.M.C., T.F., Malta, Salonika. 

f Philp, George Scott, M.A. 1904. L.-Corp., 4th The Royal Scots. 
See Roll of Honour. 

* Pictor, Alan Newman, 1911. Lieut., 3rd Reserve, Somerset Light 

Infantry. Lieut., M.G.C. Hon. Lieut., R.F.C. 

Pirie, George Alexander, M.A. 1890, M.D. Radiographer, Dundee 
War Hospital. 

Pirie, George Clarke, 1913, M.C. Captain, 3rd Spec. Res., The 
Cameronians. Captain, R.F.C. 

Awarded the Military Cross for conspicuous gallantry and devotion to 
duty. On two successive occasions whilst doing a shoot he was attacked 
by hostile scouts in large superior numbers, all of whom he dispersed and 
continued his work. 

On another occasion, having by means of the artillery knocked out three 
guns of a hostile battery, he descended to 500 feet and dispersed with his 
machine-gun a party of the enemy who were endeavouring to remove the 
remaining guns. (March 1917.) 

Awarded the French Croix de Guerre and the Italian Medaglia a Valore. 

f Pitkeathly, William, B.Sc. 1897. Science Teacher, Harris Academy, 
Dundee. Sergeant, North Scot. R.G.A., T.F. 

* Plenderleith, Harold James, 1916, M.C. Sec. Lieut., 7th, attd. 

18th, The Lancashire Fusiliers. 

Awarded the Military Cross for conspicuous gallantry and devotion to 
duty. He set a splendid example of coolness and initiative when at a 
critical moment a Bangalore torpedo failed to explode. Subsequently he 
led the assault on the enemy post with great gallantry, through only partially 
cut wire, under heavy shell and machine-gun fire. It was mainly due to 
his initiative and soldierly bearing that the raid was so successful. (22nd 
April 1918.) 

* Poustie, John Thomson, M.A. 1913. Asst. Master, High School, 

Dalkeith. Lieut., 6th The King's Own Scottish Borderers. 

■j- Poustie, William, 1900. Headmaster, Arncroach Sch. Private, 
C.Q.M.S., 7th The Black Watch. Lieut, R.A.S.C. 



f Prain, Theodoee, M.A. 1908. Lieut., The Leicestershire Regiment. 
See Roll of Honour. &f 

* Pratt, David Doig, 1912. Lieut., 13th, attd. 1st, The Highland 

Light Infantry. Mentioned in Sir D. Haig's Despatches, 14th 
January 1917. 

Price, Lloyd Turton, M.B., CM. Lecturer in Clinical Surgery. 
(S.) Consulting Surgeon, Dundee War Hospital. 

* Pride, George, 1912, M.C. Captain, 10th The Cameronians. 

The Military Cross awarded to T/Captain George Pride, 10th Bn. Scot. 
Rifles, 1st January 1919. 

For gallantry and good service as Adjutant of the battalion during the 
period under review. His work throughout has been of a high order, more 
especially during active operations with the X. French Army. During 
this period the battalion was constantly on the move, and on two occasions 
had to be ready for battle at very short notice. He issued orders with 
great clearness and promptness throughout the period, did not spare 
himself, but showed untiring energy. On one occasion the successful forming 
up of two companies for battle, following a relief in an area itself gained, 
was largely due to his personal supervision under shell fire. On a second 
occasion, during a relief of the French, heavy shelling on the road amongst 
transport and troops of ingoing and outgoing units caused casualties and 
much confusion. It was in a large measure due to Captain Pride's super- 
vision that the wounded were removed promptly and order restored. He 
was working throughout under heavy shell fire. He has proved himself 
an Officer possessed of capabilities of a high order, much resource, and one 
whose example under fire inspires confidence in all ranks. His work has 
been of the greatest value to the battalion and to the brigade. 

Mentioned in Sir D. Haig's Despatches, 23rd May 1918 and 27th December 
1918. 

Proctor, Ruth Elizabeth, M.A. 1908, M.B., Ch.B. Civil Surgeon, 
Middlesex County War Hospital. R.A.M.C, attd. Q.M.A.A.C, 
B.E.F. 

Proudfoot, Frank Gregoire, M.A. 1890, M.D. Major, R.A.M.C, 
T.F., attd. Queen's Own Oxfordshire Hussars, Yeomanry. 

* Pryde, George Smith, 1917. Sec. Lieut., 7th The Black Watch. 

* Pryde, James Watson, M.A. 1913. Sec. Lieut., 7th The Black 

Watch. Captain, The King's African Rifles, Nyasaland. See 
Roll of Honour. 

| Pryde, Rev. Robert Hamilton, 1887. Parish Minister at Lass- 
wade. Chaplain, 2nd Class, T.F., attd. 8th The Royal Scots. 

|*Quinn, Richard Aloysius, M.B., Ch.B. 1914. Captain, R.A.M.C. 



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Ramsay, Alexander, M.A. 1911. Sec. Lieut., The Royal Scots 
Fusiliers. See Roll of Honour. 

Ramsay, Charles Neave, M.A. 1908. Teacher, Dundee. Assist. 
Commissary of Ordnance, R.A.O.C. 

Rattray, James M'Intosh, 1st Bursar, 1916. Gunner, R.F.A. 

f Reekie, Rev. James, M.A. 1910, B.D. Parish Minister at The Dean, 
Edinburgh. Y.M.C.A. at Ypres, 1918. 

Reid, John Robertson, M.A. 1911, M.C. Teacher, Dundee. Private, 
14th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. Lieut. (Acting Captain), 
7th The Black Watch. 

The Military Cross was awarded to 2nd Lieut. (A/Captain) John Robert- 
son Reid, Royal Highlanders, for conspicuous gallantry and devotion to 
duty as company commander during several days' severe fighting. His 
coolness and resource in rallying his company saved many critical situations. 
(16th September 1918.) 

Reid, John Stewart Craig, 1913. 2nd Class Air Mechanic, R.F.C. 
Discharged invalided. 

f Reid, William, M.A. 1895, M.B., Ch.B. Senior A.M.O., Mental 
Hospital, Burntwood, Lichfield. Captain, R.A.M.C., attd. 5th 
Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry. M.O., 54th Bde., R.G.A., 

Mediterranean, France, Belgium. 

* Rennie, John Yule, M.A. 1916. Private, R.F.C. 

Rettie, William Philip, 1913. Sec. Lieut., 8th, attd. 1st, The 
Border Regiment. 

* Richardson, Angus Campbell, 1915. Lieut., 9th The Gordon 

Highlanders. 

Richardson, Hugh,D.P.H. 1906, M.T>.,D.S.O. Major (Act. Colonel), 
R.A.M.C. Assistant Director of Medical Services. 

The Distinguished Service Order awarded 11th April 1918. 

Has throughout operations — 31st October to 11th December 1917 — 
been indefatigable in his care of sick and wounded. The work of evacuation 
of the wounded when the Division was in the Judsean Hills called for 
forethought, coolness, and resource, all of which qualities Lieutenant- 
Colonel Richardson exhibited in a high degree as A.D.M.S. Yeomanry 
Mounted Division. 



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Rintoul, David, M.A. 1882, V.D. Lieut. -Col., Retd., 2nd 
Gloucester R.E. Vols. Major, comdg. Clifton College Con- 
tingent O.T.C. 

f *Rintoul, David Wylie, M.R., Ch.B. 1912. Lieut., R.A.M.C. See 
Roll of Honour, igfer 

* Rintoul, Sidney William, M.B., Ch.B. 1914, M.C. Captain, 

R. A.M.C., Spec. Res., attd. 5th Wiltshire Regt. 

Awarded the Military Cross, 22nd February 1919. 

For distinguished service and ability. This officer was placed in 
medical charge of the battalion in June 1916, and has served continuously 
since that date. At all times he has shown the utmost energy and devotion 
to duty. In the actions in which the battalion has been engaged during 
the period stated, Captain Rintoul has shown an absolute disregard for 
personal danger, and his skill and energy in tending the wounded during 
the operations round Kirkuk in April and May 1918, under difficult circum- 
stances, were beyond all praise. 

Ritchie, Charles Frederic, 1907, D.S.O., M.C. Lt.-Col., 24th 
Canadian Infantry Battn., Victoria Rifles, Canada. 

Awarded the Military Cross for conspicuous gallantry and devotion to 
duty. He led his company in the attack with great courage and deter- 
mination. Later, he again led his company to their objective in capturing 
and consolidating the position. He set a fine example to his men. (14th 
Nov. 1916.) 

Awarded Distinguished Service Order, 8th March 1919. 

For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty in operations north of 
Cambrai on the 1st to 14th October 1918. His battalion held the front 
line for nine days under very trying conditions prior to our attack. Several 
counter-attacks were completely repulsed, the enemy suffering heavy 
casualties, and prisoners were made. On the 12th October he led his 
battalion into action, at very short notice, in a highly satisfactory manner. 
His work throughout these operations was of a very high order. 

Mentioned in Sir D. Haig's Despatches, 11th July 1919. 

Ritchie, Douglas David, M.A. 1905, M.D. Physician, London. 
Captain, R.A.M.C. Staff* Surgeon, 1st Peshawar Division, attd. 
35th British Gen. Hosp., Afghan War. 

* Ritchie, Edward John, 1912. Sec. Lieut., Army Cyclist Corps. 

Lieut., Acting Captain, R.E. 251st Tunnelling Company, R.E. 

* Ritchie, Ernest Guthrie, B.Sc. 1913. Assistant Lecturer in 

Engineering. (S.) Lieut., City of Dundee Fortress Engineers, 
R.E., T.F., attached Royal Aircraft Establishment for Aero 
Engine Investigation. 

* Robb, David, 1915. L.-Corporal, 7th Seaforth Highlanders. See 

Roll of Honour. 



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| Robb, William, M.A. 1908. Headmaster, Falkland P.Sch. Gunner, 
R.G.A. With Siege Battery on the Piave and Asiago Plateau. 

Robb, William, 1913. Holder of Agricultural Scholarship. Corporal, 
Spec. Bde., R.E. Cadet, No. 2 Off. Cad. Bn., Cam- 
bridge. 

* Robertson, Alexander, 1916. Probationary Flight and Observer 

Officer, R.A.F. 

f Robertson, Edward, M.A. 1902, B.D., D.Litt. Lecturer on Arabic, 
University of Edinburgh. The Royal Scots. Discharged 
invalided. 

* Robertson, George James, won a Bursary, 1916. Sec. Lieut., 7th 

The Gordon Highlanders. Prisoner in Germany. Repatriated 
Dec. 1918. 

* Robertson, Rev. James Whittlngehame, 1906. Assistant Minister 

at Selkirk Parish. Sec. Lieut., 7th The Black Watch. See Roll 
of Honour. 

Robertson, John B., 1899. Private, West Yorkshire Regiment. 

Robertson, John Carr, B.Sc. 1912, M.B., Ch.B., D.P.H. Ex- 
Assistant to Professor of Physiology. (S.) Captain, R.A.M.C. 
Bacteriologist, Connaught Hospital, Aldershot, also at Malta 
and in Egypt. 

Robertson, John William Hay, 1912, M.C. and Bar. Captain, 
4th, attd. 1st, The Black Watch. 

The Military Cross awarded to Lieut. (A/Captain) J. W. H. Robertson 
for conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. His company held a 
very extended front by a number of small posts. By his energy and 
cheerfulness he maintained his posts intact, and inflicted heavy casualties 
on the attacking enemy, at the same time keeping the battalion com- 
mander fully informed as to his situation. (16th September 1918.) 

Bar to the Military Cross awarded 3rd June 1918. 

During a period of two years that he has served in France he has shown 
himself a good leader and a very gallant Officer. He has commanded 
his present company continuously since April 1917 with marked ability. 
He did especially good work during the operations on Passchendaele in 
November 1917. 

The Cross was awarded before the Bar, but the announcement of the 
Bar was first published. 



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* Robertson, Peter Caw, 1916. Private, 3rd Seaforth Highlanders. 

Sec. Lieut., 1st The Lancashire Fusiliers. 

f Robertson, Sir Robert, M.A. 1889, D.Sc, F.R.S., K.B.E. Super- 
intending Chemist, Chemical Research Department. Associate 
Member of the Ordnance Com. Created a Knight of the 
Most Excellent Order of the British Empire for valuable and 
meritorious services, 1918. 

* Robertson, Robert Alexander, M.A., B.Sc, Lecturer in Botany. 

(S.) Captain, Unattached List, T.F., O/C. University of St. 
Andrews Officers Training Corps. Captain Robertson received 
the thanks of the Army Council for his valuable services as 
Commandant of the University O.T.C., especially during the War. 

Robertson, Robert Kinnear, M.A. 1908, M.B., Ch.B. Medical 
Practitioner, Sheffield. Captain (Acting Major), R.A.M.C. 

* Robertson, William George, 1913. Surgeon Sub-Lieut., R.N.V.R., 

H.M.S. Springbok. 

Robertson, William Latto, M.A. 1902, M.B., Ch.B., F.R.C.S.E., 

M.C. Clinical Surgical Tutor. (S.) Lieut. -Colonel, comdg. 3rd 
Highland Field Ambulance, R.A.M.C, T.F. 

The Military Cross awarded, 1st January 1918, to Captain W. L. Robert- 
son, M.B., l/3rd (High.) Fid. Amb. R.A.M.C, T.F., attd. No. 24 Cas. 
Clearing Station. 

For excellent and sustained good work during the two years that he 
was with the 51st Division in France. Whilst with the l/3rd Highland 
Field Ambulance, the excellence of his work has been frequently brought 
to notice. He is a skilful surgeon, cool and resourceful under the most 
trying conditions, and in consequence, his work at advanced dressing- 
stations during active operations has on many occasions been of inestimable 
value. 

Mentioned in Sir D. Haig's Despatches, 4th January 1917. 

* Robertson, William Stewart, 1910, M.C. Lieut., 10th The Black 

Watch. See Roll of Honour. 

* Rodgers, Frank Ford, 1914. Lieut., 9th The Cameronians. 

* Roger, David, M.B., Ch.B. 1916. Captain, R.A.M.C. Spec. Res. 

Roger, John Miller, 1913. Corporal, Fife and Forfar Yeomanry. 
See Roll of Honour. 

* Roger, Robert, 1915. Cadet, Off. Cad. Bn., Infantry. 



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Rogers, James Samuel Yeaman, M.B., CM., D.S.O. and Bar, T.D. 
Lecturer in Diseases of Children. (S.) Major, R.A.M.C., 
attached 4th The Black Watch. 

The Distinguished Service Order awarded, 14th January 1916, to Major 
J. S. Y. Rogers, R.A.M.C, T.F. 

Near Rue du Bois during the attack on the 9th May 1915 he attended 
to the wounded under heavy shell fire, and with his own design short 
stretcher cleared many wounded out of the trenches. He was himself slightly 
wounded on May 9th, but remained at duty. 

Awarded a Bar to the Distinguished Service Order, 26th September 
1917, for conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty near St. Julien, 1917. 
Throughout several days' operations he attended to the wounded in the 
open under continuous heavy fire. Though all his stretcher bearers were 
casualties, with utter disregard of danger he bound up the wounded and 
superintended their removal. His gallantry was most marked. 

Awarded the Croix de Guerre with Palm at the taking of Buzancy on 
28th July 1918. 

Citation a l'ordre de l'Armee. " Le 28 juillet, pendant l'attaque de 
Buzancy, le Major Rogers charge des 4/5th Black Watch de jour comme 
de nuit, malgre un intense bombardement, dans une maison tres exposee 
a soigne avec un inlassable devouement tous les blesses. S'est volontaire- 
ment expose au danger avec le plus grand sang-froid pour assurer le service 
dans tous ses details. Son devouement et sa continuelle gaiete pendant 
toutes ces operations lui ont valu le plus magnifique eloge de ses chefs." 
Le General Commandant la 10 e Armee. (Signed) Mangin. 

Delivre par le Marechal Commandant en Chef les Armees de l'Est. 
(Signed) Petain. 

Mentioned in Sir John French's Despatches, 1st January 1916, and Sir 
D. Haig's, 24th December 1917. 

f Rose, Lauchlan, M.A. 1891, M.D. Captain, Adjutant, Crow- 
borough Camp, R.A.M.C. Medical Assessor, Ministry of 
Pensions. 

f Rose, Robert, M.A., 1899. Classical Master, The Edinburgh 
Institution, Edinburgh. Private, 14th The London Regiment 
(London Scottish). Sec. Lieut., 4th The Black Watch, seconded 
to 16th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. Brigade Education 
Officer to 221st Mixed Brigade. 

Ross, George Robertson, M.B., Ch.B. 1918. Lieut., R.AM.C. 
Spec. Res. 

* Ross, James Christie, 1914. Gunner, R.F.A. Invalided in France. 
Instructor of Signalling, H.Q. Staff, 5th Res. Bde., R.F.A. 

Ross, James Stiven, M.A. 1914, B.Sc. Assistant Lecturer in Mathe- 
matics. (S.) Lance-Corporal, 3rd High. Fd. Amb., R.A.M.C. 
Employed under Ministry of Munitions. 



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Roy, James Alexander, M.A. Lecturer in English Language and 
Literature. (S.) Lieut. (Acting Captain), R.G.A. Intelligence 
Officer, attached to the General Staff. Member of British 
Military Mission to Poland, Hungary, and Czecho-Slovakia. 
Mentioned in Sir D. Haig's Despatches, 17th July 1919. 

Rundle, General Sir Henry Macleod Leslie, 1872, G.C.B., 
G.C.M.G., G.C.V.O., D.S.O., Medjidieh (2nd CI.), Osmanieh (3rd 
CI.). Col. Comdt. R.A., General Officer Commanding in Chief, 
British Expeditionary Force, igjgr 

■j" Rusack, Albert Christoph, M.B., Ch.B. 1909. R.N., Ascension 
Island. Surgeon Lt. Commander, ygg 

■j- Rusack, David Welsh, 1892. Sec. Lieut., Fife and Forfar Yeo- 
manry. Lieut. (Act. Captain), 1st Scottish Horse. 

* Rushton, David, 1915, M.C. Lieut, 3rd Spec. Res., attd. 14th 

Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. 

The Military Cross was awarded to 2nd Lieut. (A/Lt.) David Rushton, 
A. & S. Highlanders, for conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty during 
an enemy attack. He directed the Lewis-gun and rifle fire with great skill 
and determination, forcing the enemy to deploy at a considerable distance 
and inflicting heavy casualties. Eventually they gave up the attack. He 
shot twenty himself. He did very fine service. (16th September 1918.) 

f Russell, Alexander James Hutchison, M.A. 1902, M.B., Ch.B., 
M.D. Captain, I.M.S., attd. 18th King George's Own Lancers, 
Indian Cavalry, igg 

f Russell, Rev. James Keddie, MA. 1904, B.D. Parish Minister at 
Falkland. Chaplain to Forces, 4th Class. 

* Russell, Walter Nicol, M.A. 1913, B.D. Sec. Lieut., 9th The 

Royal Scots Fusiliers. See Roll of Honour. 

Russell, William Spalding Mudie, 1910. Private, Highland Light 
Infantry. Sec. Lieut., 4th The Black Watch. 

* Rutherford, George William Auld, 1908. Lieut., 2nd Res. Scottish 

Horse. Posted to 13th The Black Watch. 

* Saddler, William, M.A. 1910, B.A. (Camb.). Assistant to Professor 

of Mathematics ; Lecturer in Applied Mathematics. (S.) Lieut., 
Highland (Fifeshire) Heavy Battery, R.G.A. Employed in 
R.G.A. at Salonika. Mentioned in Sir G. F. Milne's Despatches, 
29th January 1919. 



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Salmond, George Burns, M.B., Ch.B. 1912. Civil Surgeon, Beaufort 
War Hospital, Bristol. Captain, R.A.M.C. 

Salmond, James Bell, M.A. 1912. Journalist on Northcliffe Press. 
Lieut., 7th The Black Watch. Captain, attd. Gas Services. 

Sandelson, Albert Edward Woolfe, 1909. Lieut., R.AM.C. 

f Sandeman, Gerald Robert, 1898, D.S.O., M.C. Major, The Border 
Regt. Adjutant, 6th West Yorkshire Regt. General Staff- 
Officer, Dep. Asst. Adj. -Gen. 

The Military Cross awarded, 14th January 1916, to Captain and Adjutant 
Gerald Robert Sandeman, l/6th Bn. West Yorks. Regt., T.F., for the in- 
telligent manner in which he has carried out his duties, and devotion to 
duty. 

The Distinguished Service Order awarded 3rd June 1918. An Officer 
of ability above the average. He has been with the Division since July 
1917, and has performed his present duties with complete satisfaction. In 
the absence of the G. S.O.I, on leave, he has performed the duties of that 
officer with marked success. 

Mentioned in Sir John French's Despatches, 1st January 1916, and Sir 
D. Haig's, 20th May 1918. 

Sandeman, Laura Stewart, 1898, M.D. Senior Physician, Scottish 
Women's Hospital, Troyes. Mentioned in Sir D. Haig's 
Despatches, SOth December 1918. 

Sanderson, Harold Ernest, 1913. Captain, 12th The Royal Scots. 
Mentioned in Sir J. French's Despatches, 1st January 1916. 
Prisoner of War. Repatriated Dec. 1918. 

•f Saunders, William, M.A. 1887. Lieut., Haddington Cadet Corps. 
Q.M.S., Supply Column, 23rd Brigade, 7th Division. 

Savill, Mrs. Agnes Forbes (nte Blackadder), M.A. 1895, M.D. 
Radiographer, Scottish Women's Hospital, Royaumont. 

* Scott, Alexander, 1916. Sec. Lieut., 3rd Royal West Kent 

Regiment. 

* Scott, Alfred George, B.Sc 1914. Captain (Act. Major), R.G.A. 
Scott, Rev. Andrew Smith Dingwall, M.A. 1885. Parish Minister 

at Burnbank. Chaplain, 4th Class, T.F., attd. 6th Cameronians. 

* Scott, Archibald Alastair Bruce, M.B., Ch.B. 1916. Captain, 

R.A.M.C. 

Scott, Rev. David, M.A. 1910, B.D. Parish Minister at Mearns. 
Chaplain to Forces, 4th Class. With 7th Camerons at Arras 
and Abbeville. 



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Scott, David Jobson, D.RH. 1905, M.D., O.B.E., M.C. Captain, 
1st London Field Ambulance. Act. Lt.-CoL, R.A.M.C. Deputy 
Assistant Director of Medical Services, 56th Division. 

The Military Cross awarded, 4th June 1917, to Captain D. J. Scott, 
2/lst London Fid. Amb., R.A.M.C. 

This officer took over the duties of D.A.D.M.S. after the occupant of 
the post had been severely wounded on the 8th September 1916. He 
continued to act in this capacity during the remainder of the period the 
Division was in action on the Somme (i.e. till 10th October 1916). The 
way in which he grasped the details of his duties in Spite of having little 
training could not but evoke admiration, and his constant supervision of 
all advanced posts was of material assistance in the evacuation of the 
wounded. One cannot speak too highly of the courage and ability this 
Officer displayed throughout the whole period. 

Appointed an Officer of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire, 
June 1919. 

Mentioned in Sir D. Haig's Despatches, 30th December 1918 and 10th 
July 1919. 

* Scott, Douglas Hay, M.B., Ch.B. 1914. Captain (Act. Major), 3rd 

High. Fid. Amb., R.A.M.C. 

Scott, Flora Murray, M.A. 1911, B.Sc, M.B.E. Carnegie Research 
Scholar in Botany, Kew. Unit Administrator, Queen Mary's 
Army Auxiliary Corps. Appointed a Member of the Most 
Excellent Order of the British Empire, Jan. 1919. 

f* Scott, Rev. James, M.A. 1906, B.D., M.C. Asst. Colonial Chaplain, 
Alexandria, Egypt. Captain, 2nd Ammun. Col., 2nd High. Bde., 
R.F. A. See Roll of Honour. 

* Scott, James, 1913. Private, 3rd Seaforth Highlanders. Corporal, 

" E " Coy., Spec. Bn., Chem. Sec, R.E. 

f Scott, James Matthews Duncan, M.A. 1908, M.B., Ch.B. Surgeon- 
Captain, S. African Med. Corps, attd. 1st Rhodesia Regt., 
Salisbury, S. Africa. Captain, R.A.M.C, Connaught Hosp., 
Aldershot. 

f Scott, John, M.A. 1907, D.S.O. Major, R.F.A. ^ 

Awarded the Distinguished Service Order, 3rd June 1919. For con- 
spicuous gallantry and devotion to duty during the recent operations near 
Valenciennes. By his daring and skill he kept his guns in close touch with 
the advancing infantry. His daring in establishing very forward observa- 
tion posts under fire, and the accuracy of his fire control, did a very great 
deal towards minimising their casualties from the enemy machine-guns. 

Mentioned in Sir D. Haig's Despatches, 23rd December 1918 and 7th July 
1919. 



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* Scott, John Millar, M.A. 1913. Divinity Student, U.F. Church. 

Lieut., 10th The Black Watch. See Roll of Honour. 

* Scott, Ralph White Bishop, 1913. Pioneer, " E " Coy., Spec. Bn., 

Chem. Sec, R.E. 

f Scott, Robert, 1892. Major, 54th Sikhs, Indian Army. Cantonment 
Magistrate, Mooltan. W 

f Scott, Thomas, M.A. 1900. Headmaster, Gergask School, Laggan. 
Sapper, R.E., Signals, attd. H.Q. Staff, 66th Bde., R.G.A. 

* Scott, William, M.A. 1913. Private, 28th (Reserve) Canadian 

Infantry Battalion. See Roll of Honour. 

* Scott, William Maddin, 1913. Captain, 14th The London Regiment 

(London Scottish). 

•j-*Scoular, Rev. John Greenshields, 1902. Parish Minister at 
Glasserton. Captain, 7th The Black Watch, comdg. Depot. 

Scratton, Guy Walsh Blackburn, 1906, M.C. Captain, Indian 
Army. Major, Machine-Gun Corps, Cavalry. W 

The Military Cross awarded, 4th June 1917, to Temp. Lieutenant 
(T/Capt.) G. W. B. Scratton, 19th Lancers, Indian Army. 

For good service in command of the 10th Machine-Gun Squadron during 
the operations at Hebuterne and Beaucourt in October and November 1916. 

Mentioned in Sir D. Haig's Despatches, 28th May 1918. 

Scrimgeour, Henry, won a Bursary, 1916. Pioneer, Spec. Bn., 
Chem. Sec, R.E. 

"}• Scrimgeour, William, B.Sc 1899, M.A. Mathematical Master, 
Oban H.Sch. Gunner, later Sec Lieut., 4th High. (Mountain) 
Bde., R.G.A., T.F. Relinquished commission on account of 
ill-health. 

Scroggie, Frank Henderson, M.B., Ch.B. 1907, M.C. Captain 
(Acting Major), 2nd Home Counties Fid. Amb., R.A.M.C. 

Awarded the Military Cross, 3rd June 1918. For continuous good 
service, gallantry, and devotion to duty. This Officer has on several occa- 
sions shown great coolness and gallantry during operations, both as bearer 
officer and when in command of advanced dressing-stations. He has also 
done valuable work as Brigade Anti-Malarial Officer. 

Mentioned in Sir G. F. Milne's Despatches, 21st July 1917. 

Seaman, George Petrie, B.Sc. 1912. Lieut., R.A.O.C. 

f Seath, Rev. George Allan, 1889. Parish Minister, Dalrymple. 
Chaplain to Forces, 4th Class. 

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* Sempill, Geoege Douglas, 1912, M.A. Lieut. (Acting Captain), 4th 

The King's Own Scottish Borderers. 
Shand, Samuel James, B.Sc. 1905, D.Sc, Stellenbosch. Sec. 
Lieut., R.E. 
f *Shann, Edward Warington, B.Sc. 1909. Lecturer in Comparative 
Embryology. (S.) Captain, 12th The Northumberland Fusiliers. 
Officer in Cadet Battalion. Mentioned in Sir John French's 
Despatches, 1st January 1916. 

* Sharp, Alexander Easson, B.Sc. 1916. Lieut., M.G.C., Heavy Sec. 

Lieut., Tank Corps. 
Shepherd, David, 1902, B.Sc. Captain, Army Service Corps, 
Canadian Exped. Force. Mentioned in Sir D. Haig's Despatches, 
11th July 1919. 

* Shepherd, Douglas Mackay, B.Sc. 1914. Acting Captain, R.A.S.C. 

Mentioned in Sir D. Haig's Despatches, 25th May 1918 and 30th 
Dec. 1918. 
f Shepherd, Frederick Peter, M.A. 1892. Classical Master, George 
Watson's College. Captain, 5th The Royal Scots. Officer, Cadet 
Battalion. 
Shepherd, John Ingram, M.A. 1903, M.B., Ch.B., M.C. Captain, 
R.A.M.C, Hospitals, England, Malta, France. 

Awarded the Military Cross for conspicuous gallantry and devotion to 
duty in working unceasingly day and night under heavy shell fire. The 
fire was so intense that many of the men he dressed were subsequently 
killed. His work was marked by the utmost courage and disregard of 
personal safety under extremely trying conditions. (25th August 1917.) 

Shepherd, Robert Francis, M.A. 1902. W.S., Edinburgh. Lieut. 

(Acting Captain), 33rd Siege By., R.G.A., T.F. 
Shepherd, Sydney Ogilvy, 1909. Captain (Acting Major), Fifeshire 

By., 2nd High. Bde., R.F.A. A.D.C. to Brig.-Gen. Com. High. 

Div. Art. Mentioned in Sir D. Haig's Despatches, 23rd December 

1918. 
Shettle, Rev. George Thomas, 1882. Vicar, Otley. Chaplain, 4th 

Class, T.F., attd. 6th West Riding Regiment. 

* Shiels, Charles Robert, 1914. Lieut., 12th The Cameronians. 

f Sibbald, Rev. John M'Nicoll, M.A. 1906. Minister, U.F. Church, 
Carsphairn. Y.M.C.A., France, 1917, with Third Army. 
Sievwright, William Arthur, M.A. 1907. W.S., Edinburgh. 
Lieut., R.A.F. 



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* Simpson, Charles Walker Clark, 1912. Sergeant, H.Q., 51st 

(H.) Divisional Train, R.A.S.C. Four years 1 continuous service 
in France. Awarded the Meritorious Service Medal, June 1919. 
f Simpson, John Gordon, M.A. 1903. Lieut., 4th The Black Watch. 
Captain, Brigade Musketry Officer. 
Simson, George Henry Lindsay, 1892. Captain, R.G.A. Lt.-Col., 
High. Cyc. Battn. 

* Sinclair, John Mitchell, 1912. Sec. Lieut., 13th The Cameronians. 

See Roll of Honour. 

* Slater, Charles Hugh Hope, M.A. 1915. Lieut, 12th The 

Cameronians. Intelligence Officer, 46th Inf. Bde. See Roll of 
Honour. 
Small, George Sommerville, 1912, M.C. Captain (Acting Major), 
9th Seaforth Highlanders. 

The Military Cross awarded, 4th June 1917, to Temp. Lieut. G. S. Smail, 
9th Seaforth Highrs. 

From August 1916 to February 1917 this Officer has shown much enter- 
prise and ability in carrying out his duties. Although young he sets an 
exceptionally good example to other officers in this respect, and when on 
work by himself shows special qualities and useful knowledge. 

Mentioned in Sir D. Haig's Despatches, 9th July 1919. 

Small, John, M.A. 1906, LL.B. Advocate. Lieut., 9th The Black 

Watch. See Roll of Honour. 
Small, Thomas Andrew, M.A. 1913. English Master, Girvan 

H.G.Sch. L.- Corporal, 3rd The Black Watch. Meteorological 

Section, R.E. 
Small, William, M.A. 1906, B.Sc, M.B.E. Government Botanist, 

Uganda Protectorate. Corporal, No. 2 (Kampala) Coy., Uganda 

Volunteer Reserve. Lieut., M.L.C. Transport Off., attd. 

King's African Rifles, German and Portuguese E.A. Appointed 

a Member of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire, 

February 1919. Mentioned in Sir J. L. van Deventer's Despatches, 

December 1917, November 1918. 
* Smellie, William, 1912, M.C Lieut. (Acting Captain), 5th The 

Royal Scots Fusiliers. 

The Military Cross awarded to Sec. Lt. (Temp. Lieut.) W. Smellie [after 
the capture of Gaza] for conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He 
displayed the greatest courage and disregard of danger when commanding 
his platoon in an assault. Having lost all his men except three in the 
attack, he reorganised and again reached the position under heavy machine- 
gun fire, and despite his losses he maintained an important position through- 
out the day, the loss of which would have caused a serious gap in our line. 
He showed a magnificent example throughout. (16th August 1917.) 



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f Smith, Archibald Lumsdaine Pentland, M.A., B.Sc. 1892, M.B., 
CM. Lieut., R.A.M.C. 

Smith, Ernest Anderson, 1914. Private, 14th Argyll and Suther- 
land Highlanders. See Roll of Honour. 

Smith, Harry Kebel, 1894. Lieut. -Col., 4th The Black Watch. 
Hon. Lieut, in Army. 

* Smith, James Patterson, 1911. Captain, 4th Spec. Res., The High- 

land Light Infantry, attd. 2nd King's Own Scottish Borderers. 

Smith, John Alexander Hay, 1908, B.A. (Camb.) Sec. Lieut., 
11th The Royal Scots. See Roll of Honour. 

Smith, John Campbell, M.A 1899, M.B., Ch.B. Ho. Physician 
and Ho. Surgeon, St. George's Hospital, London. Captain, 
R.A.M.C. Radiographer at Hospitals in Egypt and Palestine. 

Smith, Mary Campbell, M.A. 1899. Quartermaster, Red Cross 
Auxiliary Hospital, Caird Rest, Dundee. "Mentioned," August 
1917, for services rendered. 

* Smith, Neil Innes, 1916. Sec. Lieut., R.G.A., Spec. Res. 

-j- Smith, Norman Kemp (Duncan), M.A. 1893. M'Cosh Professor of 
Philosophy, Princeton University, New Jersey. Intelligence Section 
of H.B.M. Admiralty, later in the American Section of H.B.M. 
Ministry of Information. 

* Smith, Thomas, 1915. Sec. Lieut., 13th The Royal Scots. See Roll 

of Honour. 

* Somers, James Willoughby, won a Bursary, 1915. Private, 4th 

Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. Sec. Lieut., R.F.C. 
Captain and Flight Commander and Flight Group Commander, 
H.Q. Staff, 7th Group. Act. Staff Off., 2nd Class. 

Sorley, John, M.A. 1890, M.B., CM., D.P.H., LL.B. Medical 
Officer, Bevan Hospital (Kent V.A.D. Red Cross), Sandgate. 

* Soutar, Charles William, M.A. 1912, B.Sc, M.C. Sec. Lieut., 

12th The Cameronians. Lieut. (Acting Major), M.G.C 

The Military Cross awarded to T/Lt. C. W. Soutar, M.G. Corps, for 
conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty, when in acting command of 
his company he took charge at a time when only four guns out of sixteen 
remained in action. These he retired to a new position given him, but 
finding no field of fire, he advanced again on his own initiative and covered 
the retirement of the infantry as long as it was necessary. (26th July 
1918.) 



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f Soutar, Rev. Robert Brown, 1903, M.A. Assistant, North U.F. 
Church, Perth. Corporal, 10th The Black Watch. Served in 
France, Salonika, France. 

* Soutar, Walter Wight, M.A. 1916. Pioneer, Spec. Bn., Chem. 

Sec, R.E. 

* Spence, Clement Stewart, 1911. Private, 4th Argyll and Sutherland 

Highlanders. Sec. Lieut., 3rd Spec. Res., The Cameronians. 

Stalker, Alexander Mitchell, M.A., M.D. Professor of Medicine. 
(S.) Captain, 1st Scottish General Hospital, R.A.M.C. 

"J"*Stalker, Hugh Simpson, M.A. 1908. Captain, 3rd Spec. Res., attd. 
1st Garrison Bn., Cheshire Regt. 

* Stalker, James Miller, M.B., Ch.B. 1916. Captain, R.A.M.C. 

* Stalker, Robert Macallan, 1909. Lieut., 5th Seaforth Highlanders, 

attd. R.F.C. See Roll of Honour. 

Stark, Alexander Forbes, M.A. 1909. Teacher, Dundee. Lieut. 
(Acting Captain), 4th Coy., High. Div. Train, R.AS.C. 

f Stebbing, Nigel Austin, M.A. 1900, D.S.O. Major (Acting Lieut. - 

Colonel), R.H. and R.F.A. W 

The Distinguished Service Order awarded, 1st January 1917, to Major 
N. A. Stebbing, " B " Battery, 180th Brigade, R.F.A. 

This Officer acted as Brigade Commander during the Somme operations 
from 14th to 25th September 1916. He showed an excellent grasp of the 
situation at all times, and his pluck and gallantry in taking the batteries 
into and out of a very difficult position just south of the Morval, where 
they suffered very heavy casualties, was beyond all praise. Under these 
circumstances he carried out his duties most efficiently and zealously. 

Mentioned in Sir D. Haig's Despatches, 1st January 1917 and 23rd 
December 1918. 

Steggall, John William Abbott, B.Sc. 1909, A.M.I.C.E. Instructor, 
Royal Navy. See Roll of Honour. 

f *Stephen, George, 1906, M.M. Sergeant, 28th Batty., 6th Brigade, 
2nd Division, Canadian Expeditionary Force. 

Military Medal awarded to Corporal G. Stephen, Canadian Field Artillery. 

On 11th October 1918 this N.C.O. went forward with a sniping section 
near Naves. As it was necessary for the Officer in charge to go farther 
forward to make a reconnaissance, Cpl. Stephen, after assisting in laying 
out lines of fire and getting the section into action under particularly heavy 
shell fire, took charge of the section and handled it in a very efficient manner. 
His personal coolness and bravery set an inspiring example to the men 
under his charge, and it was largely owing to this N.C.O.'s initiative and 
efficiency that these guns were kept in action under adverse circumstances. 
(3rd July 1919.) 




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Steven, Harvey Smith, 1908. Lieut., 4th The Black Watch. See 
Roll of Honour. 

* Steven, Robert Rollo, 1917. Cadet, Off. Cad. Bn., Inf. 

Steven, Sidney Herbert, 1909, M.C. Lieut., 4th The Black Watch. 
See Roll of Honour. 

* Stevenson, Alistair Gibb, 1910, M.B., Ch.B. 1916. Captain, 3rd 

Special Reserve, attd. 2nd Gordon Highlanders. Wounded. 
Transferred 1916. Captain, R.A.M.C., Spec. Res., Mesopotamia 
and North Russia. 

Stevenson, James Leonard, 1911. Private, 14th The London Regi- 
ment (London Scottish). 

f Stevenson, Robert, M.A. 1907, M.B., Ch.B. Captain, S. Afric. Med. 
Force, Nyasaland. 

* Stevenson, Thomas Kerr, 1912. Lieut., 7th The Royal Scots 

Fusiliers. See Roll of Honour. 

* Stevenson, William Alexander Gibb, M.A. 1911. Captain, 14th 

The Highland Light Infantry. See Roll of Honour. 

f Stewart, Alexander Marshall, M.A. 1901. Captain, 9th Overs 

Canadian Mounted Rifles. Lieut, and Adj utant, Royal Canadian 
Dragoons, Res. Regt. Captain, Western Ontario Regiment. 

* Stewart, Donald Bain, 1913. Private, The Black Watch. Invalided. 

Senior Bde. Interpreter, Western Div., Army of the Rhine. 

| Stewart, Francis Hugh, M.A. 1899, D.Sc, M.B., Ch.B. Major, 
I.M.S. <e& 

Stewart, Isabella Forbes, 1894, M.B.E. Scottish Churches 1 Huts, 
France, 1916-19. Appointed a Member of the Most Excellent 
Order of the British Empire, 10th January 1919. 

* Stewart, James Stuart, M.A. 1917. Pioneer, Spec. Bn., Chem. 

Sec, R.E. 

* Stewart, John Alexander, 1916. Private, Royal Scots. Sec. Lieut., 

18th King's Royal Rifle Corps. Awarded French Croix de 
Guerre, 1918. 

* Stewart, John Bruce, 1912. Lieut., 10th, attd. 1st, The Cameronians. 

* Stewart, John Duke, M.A. 1915. Lieut., 5th The Black Watch. 

Mentioned in Sir D. Haig's Despatches, 21st December 1917. 



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* Stewart, Myles Macphail, 1915. Private, 4th The Black Watch. 

Pioneer, Spec. Bn., Chem. Sec, R.E. 

* Stewart, Robert Scott, M.A. 1916. Gunner, R.F.A. 

Stirling, Alexander Dickson, M.B., Ch.B. 1907, D.P.H., D.S.O. 
Captain (Act. Major), R.A.M.C., No. 3 Casualty Clearing Station. 
Deputy Assistant Director Medical Services, Boulogne. 

Awarded the Distinguished Service Order, 1st January 1918. For 
continued and conspicuous good service during the last two years. This 
Officer has been employed in administrative duties and has shown by his 
excellent work that he possesses powers of administration far above the 
average. He has been untiring in his efforts and has rendered most valuable 
assistance in the medical organisation of the Army. 

Appointed " Cavaleiro, Military Order of Avis," Portugal, July 1919. 

Mentioned in Sir John French's Despatches, 22nd June 1915, and in 
Sir Douglas Haig's of 15th June 1916, 24th December 1917, and 10th July 
1919. 

Stirling, James, won a Bursary, 1916. Trooper, 2nd Scottish Horse. 
Pioneer, Spec. Bn., Chem. Sec, R.E. 

* Stiven, David, 1915. Private, 7th Argyll and Sutherland High- 

landers. Lance-Corporal, Field Survey Coy., R.E. Prisoner of 
war. Repatriated. 

* Stiven, David Sime, 1913, M.C. Lieut., 5th, attd. 1st, The Royal 

Scots. 

Awarded the Military Cross for conspicuous gallantry and devotion to 
duty. Before a raid on the enemy's lines he reconnoitred a position in 
advance of our outpost line for a report centre, and supervised the laying 
of three lines to it. On the night of the raid he established communication 
by lamp from one of the objectives two minutes after its capture, and also 
telephonic communication to the rear. He organised a system of runners 
right up to the final objective, and established power-buzzer communication 
from the report centre to advanced Brigade Headquarters. The com- 
munications worked splendidly throughout, a fact which was undoubtedly 
due to his gallantry and devotion. (22nd April 1918.) 

Stobo, David, 1904. Corporal, 5th The Cameronians. 

* Stookes, Valentine Alexander, B.Sc 1915, M.C. Lieut., Spec 

Res., 2nd Dragoons (Royal Scots Greys), attd. R.F.C. Captain, 

Squadron 60, Royal Flying Corps. Flight Commander. 

Awarded the Military Cross for conspicuous gallantry and skill. He 
engaged the enemy with rifle fire and shot two while his pilot was photo- 
graphing at 200 feet altitude. On other occasions he has done fine work. 
(16th May 1916.) 

Stormonth, Peter, won a Bursary, 1917. Private, 4th Argyll and 
Sutherland Highlanders. Sergeant, 7th The Black Watch. 



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j-*Strachan, William Greig, M.A. 1910. Divinity Student, Glasgow. 
Private, 32nd Field Ambulance, R. A.M.C., in Suvla Bay, Gallipoli, 
Macedonia, Palestine, Egypt. 

* Strachan, William Jackson, 1914. Sec. Lieut., 3rd Spec. Res., The 

Royal Scots, attd. 7th The Border Regiment. Lieut., M.G.C. 

* Strathern, Robert Campbell, 1915. Lieut., 1st Argyll and 

Sutherland Highlanders, attd. 5th Cameron Highlanders. 

* Strettell, William Michael Dashwood Stirling, 1911. Sec. Lieut., 

Captain, Highland Light Infantry. See Roll of Honour. 

f Stuart, Kenneth Andrew Moody, 1898, M.B., Ch.B. Major, 
Lowland Heavy Battery, R.G.A., R.F.A. Mentioned in the Earl 
of Ca van's Despatches, 5th June 1919. 

Stuart, William Leitch, M.A. 1911. W.S., Edinburgh. Lieut., 
7th The Black Watch. 

Sturrock, Bernard Silvester, 1912. Lieut., 4th The Black Watch. 
See Roll of Honour. 

* Sturrock, Charles Lowdon, 1915. Lance-Corporal, 10th Seaforth 

Highlanders. 

Sturrock, Edwin Weston Bell, 1908. Lieut., 3rd Scottish Horse. 

* Sturrock, Lawrence James, M.A. 1915. Private, 7th Seaforth 

Highlanders. See Roll of Honour. 

Summerhayes, Ida Katherine, M.A. 1917. Assistant Administrator, 
Queen Mary's Army Auxiliary Corps. 

* Sutherland, Douglas John Stewart, 1917. Gunner, R.F.A. Sec. 

Lieut., R.G.A. 

Sutherland, Rev. Lewis Albert, M.A. 1914. Y.M.C.A., Belgium. 

* Sutherland, Rev. William, M.A. 1911, B.D. Asst. Minister, St. 

Stephen's, Edinburgh. Sergeant, 3rd The Highland Light 
Infantry. 

Tanquerey, Frederic Joseph, L. es L., B.Sc, D.Litt., O.A. Lecturer 
in French. (S.) Sergeant, 88th Infanterie Tie., France. 

Tattersall, William Richard, 1911. Lieut., 6th, serving with 
Res. Bn., The Durham Light Infantry. 



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Taylor, Rev. Alexander Reid, M.A. 1899. Minister, West U.F. 
Church, Kinross. Y.M.C.A., France and Flanders. 

* Taylor, John, M.B., Ch.B. 1914, M.D., Ch.M. Captain, R.A.M.C, 

Spec. Res. 

* Taylor, Robert Alexander, 1916. Sec. Lieut., 4th Royal Lancaster 

Regiment. Prisoner at Givenchy, April 1918. Repatriated 
Dec. 1918. 

Taylor, William Lyall, 1908. Private, 14th The London Regi- 
ment (London Scottish). Acting Lieut, R.E., attached Royal 
Aircraft Factory, Farnborough. 

Templeman, Charles, M.B., Lecturer in Forensic Medicine. (S.) 
Sanitary Officer, Captain, R.A.M.C, T.F. 

*j- Terras, James Sutter, 1903. Lieut., 45th Battery, Australian 
Imperial Force. See Roll of Honour. 

•j" Teviotdale, Rev. Edward John Smyth, M.A., B.Sc. 1893. Chaplain 
to Forces, 4th Class. 

f Thompson, Rev. George, M.A. 1892, B.D., T.D. Acting Army 
Chaplain, Expeditionary Force, France, 1914-15. 

Thoms, Rev. Alexander Hepburn, 1903. Y.M.C.A. Huts in France 
and Flanders. 

Thomson, James Macnaughton, M.A. 1910. Teacher, Dundee. 
Sergeant, East Anglian (Essex) Heavy Battery, R.G. A., attd. 203rd 
Infantry Brigade Education Staff, 52nd Manchester Regiment. 

Thomson, James Pringle, M.A. 1910. Sub-Editor, Glasgow Herald. 
Lieut., 6th The Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders. See Roll 
of Honour. 

* Thomson, John, 1913. Lieut., 3rd Spec. Res., attd. 2nd Gordon 

Highlanders. Captain, attd. 1st Garr. Batt., The Royal Scots 
Fusiliers. 

* Thomson, Peter Walls, M.A. 1912., B.Litt. (Oxon.). Sec. Lieut., 

North Scottish R.G.A., T.F. See Roll of Honour. 

* Thomson, Robert William Murray, 1915. Sec. Lieut., Siege 

Battery, R.G.A., Spec. Res. 

* Thomson, William, 1913. Lieut., 4th, attd. 1st, The King's Own 

Scottish Borderers. Severely wounded. 



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f Thorburn, Walter Milne, 1894. Farrier-Sergeant, 2nd Lovafs 
Scouts. Sec. Lieut., 6th The Cameronians. Lieut., R.A.S.C, 
Italy. 

Thornton, Robert, M.B., CM. Assistant Lecturer in Forensic 
Medicine and Public Health. (S.) Major, R.A.M.C., attd. 5th 
The Black Watch. 

Tosh, James Ramsay, M.A. 1894, D.Sc. Formerly Assistant to the 
Professor of Natural History. Inland Water Transport, Meso- 
potamia. See Roll of Honour. 

* Tovani, William Richard, M.A. 1915, M.C. and Bar. Captain, 

7th, attached 6th, The Black Watch. 

Awarded the Military Cross for conspicuous gallantry and devotion to 
duty. When his company commander had become a casualty, he led his 
company forward with the utmost gallantry, although wounded in the 
face, and captured a machine-gun emplacement, which was causing great 
hindrance to the advance. He continued to lead his company until he was 
again wounded and compelled to desist. (January 1918.) 

Bar to the Military Cross awarded to Lieut. W. R. Tovani, M.C, Royal 
Highlanders, attd. l/6th Bn. Royal Highlanders. 

During operations of 24/26th October 1918, near Monchaux and Famars, 
he displayed magnificent leadership in two attacks, in both of which his 
company did excellent work, capturing a large number of prisoners and 
machine-guns. All through he showed a fine example of courage to his 
men, and ability to deal with extremely difficult situations. 

Towns, Henry Watson, 1912. Staff-Sergeant, High. Div., R.A.S.C. 

* Tran, David Rushton, 1914. Private, 3rd Scots Guards. Sec. 

Lieut., 8th Seaforth Highlanders. See Roll of Honour. 

Troup, Rev. George Elmslie, M.A. 1903. U.F. Minister, Well 
Road Church, Moffat; resigned 1916. Scottish Chaplain, R.N. , 
The 63rd (Royal Naval) Division. 

* Troup, William Annandale, M.B., Ch.B. 1913, M.C. Captain, 

R.A.M.C., attd. Wiltshire Regiment. 

Awarded the Military Cross for conspicuous gallantry and devotion to 
duty. He displayed the utmost skill and endurance in clearing the wounded 
between the lines after the attack. Through the day he carried out his task 
under continuous shell fire, and was thus instrumental in saving many 
lives. (18th July 1917.) 

Mentioned in Sir D. Haig's Despatches, 29th May 1917. 

* Tullis, William Lofley, 1914. Surgeon Sub-Lieut., R.N.V.R., 

H.M.S. Pembroke, Etiropa, Tliruster. 



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Urmston, Archibald George Brabazon, D.S.O. Ex-Lecturer in 
Military Subjects. (S.) Brevet Lieut.-Col., 15th The Royal Scots. 
In command 52nd Bn. Trng. Res. \*y 

Awarded the Distinguished Service Order, 1st January 1917. Com- 
manded the 15th Royal Scots from January 1915 to the middle of July 
1916. The discipline, efficiency, and interior economy of this battalion 
was of a very high order ; it led the attack on the 1st July, attaining its 
objective, and maintained itself for 3 days with its left flank in the air. 
Owing to reasons of health Lt.-Col. Urmston was transferred to the Home 
Establishment in the middle of July 1916. 

Mentioned in Sir D. Haig's Despatches, 4th January 1917. 

* Valentine, David M'Dougall, M.A. 1916. Private, Field Amb., 

later Sergeant, R.A.M.C. Reported "missing 11 March 1918; 
later reported Prisoner of War. Repatriated January 1919. 

f Vallance, Rev. John M'William, M.A. 1905. Chaplain to Forces, 
4th Class. 

Videment, Jules Augustin, B. es L., L. es L., L. en D. Assistant 
Lecturer in French in the University. (S.) Sous -Lieutenant 
a TEtat Major du 74me Regiment dlnfanterie Territoriale. 
See Roll of Honour. 

* Walker, Charles Rodger, 1916. Private, Lovafs Scouts, trans- 

ferred M.G. Corps. Served in Palestine with Egyptian Exped. 
Force. 

Walker, Norman Macdonald Lockhart, 1906. Lieut., 16th, attd. 
1st, The Royal Scots. Sec. Lieut. (Acting Lieut.), 77th Bn. 
Trng. Res. 

* Walker, William John, B.Sc. 1913. Teacher of Engineering, 

Manchester College of Technology. Technical Staff, Royal Air- 
craft Factory. Lieut., R.N.V.R., in Technical Department, Air 
Ministry. Captain, R.A.F., at Shandon Experimental Station. 

f*WALLACE, Alexander James Lumsden, M.A. 1912. Lieut., 52nd 
Sikhs, Frontier Force, Indian Army. Captain, Indian Army, ^sr 

f Wallace, James Miller, M.A. 1911. Principal of Swan River High 
School, Canada. Lieut., 43rd Canadian Infantry Battalion. See 
Roll of Honour. 

* Wallace, James Myles, 1916. Sec. Lieut., R.A.F. 

* Waller, Alfred Francis Baillie, 1917. Flight Sergeant, R.A.F. 



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Waterston, David, M. A., M.D., CM. Bute Professor of Anatomy. (S.) 
Civil Surgeon, doing Military Duty, Edinburgh War Hospital, 
Bangour. 

Watson, Archibald, M.A. 1878. Retired Tea Planter. Sec. Lieut, 
Indian Labour Corps, on the Somme, and later attd. D.A.C., India 
Base Depot, Marseilles. 

Watson, David C. Heron, 1913. Lieut., 6th, attd. 1st, Cameron High- 
landers. Staff-Captain and Adjutant, Army Training School. 

Watson, The Hon. David Kenneth, M.A. 1898. Captain, 7th 
(Cyclist) The Devonshire Regiment, attd. 6th Wiltshire Regt. 

Watson, Frederick Johnston, 1908. Lieut., Cameron Highlanders, 
43rd Canadian Infantry Bn. See Roll of Honour. 

Watson, Percy T, 1913. Lieut., 4th The Black Watch, attd. to 
Officer Cadet Battalion. 

Watson, Stanley Lee, 1913. Captain, 4th The Black Watch. See 
Roll of Honour. 

* Watson, Thomas, 1912. Captain, 7th The Royal Scots Fusiliers. 
See Roll of Honour. 

Watson, Rev. William, M.A. 1903, B.D., D.Litt. Parish Minister 
at Oyne. Chaplain to Forces, 4th Class, Gen. Hosp., Boulogne. 

Watt, Alexander Lyle, 1899. Procurator, Perth. Captain, 5th 
The Black Watch. See Roll of Honour. 

Watt, David Charles, M.A. 1914. Private, Scots Guards. 
Lieutenant, 4th Highland Light Infantry. 

Watt, Robert Alexander Watson, B.Sc. 1912, A.M.I. C.E. Assistant 
to Professor of Natural Philosophy. (S.) Meteorologist-in- 
charge, Meteorological Office, South Farnborough. 

f Welch, William Beadie, M.A. 1907. Science Master, Gordon 
Schools, Huntly. Major, second in command in France, 6th The 
Gordon Highlanders. Comdg. Station Sch. for N.C.O., Ripon. 

Welsh, Alexander, M.A. 1905. English Master, Lockerbie Academy. 
L.-Corporal, 3rd King's Own Scottish Borderers. 



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Whyment, William Henry, M.A. 1911. L. - Corporal, Highland 
Light Infantry. Discharged invalided. 

* Whyte, Frank, B.Sc. 1916, M.C. Sapper, Highland Field Coy., R.E. 

Lieutenant, R.G.A., Spec. Res. 

Awarded the Military Cross for conspicuous gallantry and devotion to 
duty during an enemy attack [on the Piave by the Austrians on 15th 
June 1918]. He remained on duty at the guns under heavy shell fire 
throughout the action, superintending the working of the guns, and checking 
all the targets. His steadiness and courage had a most cheering effect on 
his men. (24th September 1918.) 

Whyte, John Mackie, M.D., Lecturer in Clinical Medicine. (S.) 
Captain, 1st Scottish General Hospital, R.A.M.C. 

Will, Charles Pullar, 1900, M.C. Captain, 7th The Cameronians. 
Major, M.G.C., Infantry. 

The Military Cross awarded to Capt. C. P. Will, 7th Bn. Scottish Rifles, 
T.F., and 156th Coy. Machine-Gun Corps, 3rd June 1918. For invaluable 
work performed by him whilst commanding his company, which he has 
maintained throughout in the highest state of fighting efficiency, and which 
performed magnificent services during the actions at Gaza, lst-6th November 
1917, Burkah, 12th November, and Nebi Samivil, 24th November 1917, and 
various minor actions. 

Williams, Ronald Douglas, 1906, M.C. Lieut., 5th Spec. Reserve, 
attd. 8/9th The Royal Irish Rifles. 

Awarded the Military Cross, 3rd June 1918. 

Lieutenant Williams acted as Brigade Major for three consecutive 
months prior to and including the Cambrai offensive. He showed great 
energy and ability and did his work entirely satisfactorily during a very 
strenuous period. He previously acted as Brigade Intelligence Officer and 
carried out his duties in a most satisfactory manner. 

* Williamson, Thomas Fulton, 1916. Sec. Lieut, 11th The Royal 

Scots. 

f Wilson, Alexander, M.A. 1905. Lieut., 9th, att. 1st, The Gordon 
Highlanders. Captain, employed as Instructor, Convalescent 
Hospital. 

Wilson, Rev. Harry Macdonald, M.A. 1904. U.F. Minister, 
Glencairn. Y.M.C.A., Arras, 1917, 1918. 

* Wilson, James, M.A. 1910. Student in Divinity. Private, R.A.M.C. 

Awarded Royal Italian Ribbon with Double Star. 

f Wilson, John Grierson, 1896. Private, King's Royal Rifle Corps. 
Sec. Lieut., 9th Somerset Light Infantry. 



* Wilson, Robert, 1913. Private, R.A.F., transferred to The King's 

Royal Rifle Corps. 
f Wilson, Rev. William Bower, M.A. 1892. Parish Minister at 
Queensferry. Officiated as Chaplain to the Fleet. 

* Wilson, William Storey, 1913, M.C. Major, 9th The Black Watch. 

Awarded the Military Cross, 3rd June 1918, for conspicuous good and 
gallant conduct as a company commander in the Hohenzollern Sector in 
1916, where he was wounded, on the Somme in 1916, and at Arras on 9th 
April 1917, where he was again wounded. On the latter occasion he was 
in command of the firing line when it was held up at Railway Triangle, and 
though severely wounded, maintained his position with great devotion till 
the enemy resistance was overcome. 

Mentioned in Sir Douglas Haig's Despatches, 25th May 1917. 

Winter, John William, 1913. Trooper, Scottish Horse Yeomanry, 
T.F. 

Wood, Rev. Anson Robertson Craik, M.A. 1904, B.D., O.B.E. Parish 
Minister, Stranraer. Naval Chaplain, T.B.D. and R.N. A.S. Temp. 
Chaplain to the Forces, 4th Class. Appointed an Officer of the 
Most Excellent Order of the British Empire, June 1919. Awarded 
the Italian Medal, June 1918. Mentioned in General Montuori's 
Despatches, 1919. 

* Woodman, Athelstan, M.A. 1913. Surgeon Probationer, R.N.V.R. 

* Woods, George William Murray, 1916. Sec. Lieut., 3rd The 

Black Watch. 

* Young, Alexander Aytoun, M.A. 1915. Lieut, 2nd The Black 

Watch. See Roll of Honour. 
Young, Frank George, B.Sc. 1907. Sec. Lieut., 7th The Highland 

Light Infantry. Lieut., 7th The Cameronians. Captain while 

employed as officer in charge of Anti-Gas Schools, 
•j" Young, Hugh Aytoun, 1905. Farmer, New South Wales. 

Bombardier, 112th Howitzer Battery, Australian Field Artillery, 

Australian Imperial Forces. 
Young, James. Assistant, Physical Laboratory, St. Andrews. 

(S.) Corporal, 9th The Black Watch. 
Young, James Anderson, 1906, M.B., Ch.B., M.C. House Surgeon, 

Derbyshire Royal Infirmary. Captain (Acting Major), R.A.M.C. 

Awarded the Military Cross for conspicuous gallantry and devotion to 
duty. When the building in which a number of wounded men were lying 
was heavily shelled, with the assistance of another man he succeeded in 
carrying all the wounded into a cellar, though shells were continually 
bursting in the building. He showed the greatest courage and determination. 
(5th July 1918.) 



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* Young, James Logie, 1914, M.C. Lieut., 8th The Black Watch. 

See Roll of Honour. 

* Young, James Stocks, 1911. Lieut, 12th The Highland Light 

Infantry. Acting Interpreter. Mentioned in Sir D. Haig's 
Despatches, 9th July 1919.' 

f Young, John, 1900. Captain, Australian Imperial Forces, Infantry. 
See Roll of Honour. 

| Young, Peter Hutchison, 1903, M.B., Ch.B. Captain, R.A.M.C. 

* Young, Thomas Pettigrew, M.A., D.Litt, O.A., M.B.E. Lecturer 

in French Language and Literature. (S.) Sec. Lieut., Unattached 
List, T.F., University of St. Andrews Contingent Officers Training 
Corps. Appointed Member of the Most Excellent Order of the 
British Empire (Civil). 

Young, Thomas Walker, M.A. 1909. Teacher, Waid Academy, 
Anstruther. R.N.A.S., transferred to R.A.F., promoted to 
First-Class Aircraftsman. 

* Young, William Alexander, M.B., Ch.B. 1911. Member of the 

West African Medical Staff. Lieut., General Service List, with 
the Cameroons Expeditionary Force, later attached to the Navy. 
Received the thanks of the Secretary of State for the Colonies. 

|*Yule, Charles Whitehead, M.A. 1911, B.Litt. Captain, 13th 
The Royal Scots. See Roll of Honour. 



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